Combined Survey Completion Report on Survey Implementation Process: Voices from the Margins and Inclusive Policy Responses to COVID-19 Pandemic
Khayum, Hossain Mohammed Omar
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The Centre for Peace and Justice (CPJ), Brac University is currently implementing a research project to create an information data-loop to inform and influence public policies and state responses on COVID-19 related relief, recovery and resilience measures. Based on a representative household panel of marginalised groups in Bangladesh, the project has been tracking their understanding of and demand for healthcare policies and responses. The proposed research aims at collecting citizen feedback through ICT tools, on a set of pre-defined indicators. In this regard, three rounds of surveys in panel setting would be undertaken using ICT devices (using an appropriate platform, example android) with a pre-loaded questionnaire. A tracking system (e.g. GIS) on the device would help indicate the location from where data is collected thereby enhancing the reliability of data collection and enabling a “granular” analysis at the disaggregated level.
CitationSamadder, M.; Khayum, H.M.O. and Akter, N. (2022) Combined Survey Completion Report on Survey Implementation Process: Voices from the Margins and Inclusive Policy Responses to COVID-19 Pandemic, Dhaka: Centre for Peace and Justice
Rights holderBRAC University
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