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ResultsinHealth premieres on Dutch television

In this episode of RTL Z’s De Barometer, our Team Leader of the IMPACT Team, Nur Rokhmah Hidayati, talks about how ResultsinHealth specializes in Impact measurement using participatory techniques such as through visual story telling: what changes have been made in people’s lives.

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