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  • Political crisis of Somalia

    The examples provided in the prompt highlight the importance of being flexible and adaptable when collecting data and conducting research, especially when working with populations that may have unique cultural or contextual factors that may affect data collection.

    It is important to continually observe and verify the accuracy of data collection to address issues that may arise. This can involve making changes to the data collection process or tools to prevent these issues from occurring in the future. For example, asking alternative questions or using different data collection methods may be necessary to capture accurate data in certain contexts.

    Overall, researchers and M&E practitioners should be prepared to encounter unexpected issues during data collection and be willing to make changes to ensure that data is accurate and reliable. This requires a willingness to be flexible and adaptable to the needs of the target population while upholding ethical principles in data collection and analysis.

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