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How long is a problem formulation?
Question 1 Explanation:
Yes, a problem formulation consists of one sentence.
What are the main three elements to be included in a problem formulation?
Who owns the problem
What makes the problem novel
How did the problem arise
For whom is it a problem?
What is the problem?
Why are you interested in this problem?
Where is it a problem?
What is theproblem addressed by the following problem formulation: “Why do Community-Based Surveillance Volunteers in rural Kenya fail to detect, record and/or report promptly on priority diseases in their communities to the health authorities?”
The occurrence of priority diseases in rural communities in Kenya
The lack of Community-Based Surveillance Volunteers in rural Kenya
The failure of Community-Based Surveillance Volunteers to detect, record and/or report on priority diseases
The failure of the health authorities to detect, record and/or report on priority diseases
For whom and/or where is the problem relevant in the following problem formulation: “Are GIS maps being used effectively for decision making in operational settings in the initial disaster response?”
The populations in need of initial disaster response
The producers of initial GIS maps in disaster areas
The decision makers in operational settings during initial disaster response
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