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EDI is looking for a skilled Assistant Research Officer to work with our busy Research Team in the running of high-value large-scale surveys and impact evaluations (on health, agriculture, education, infrastructure).
Applicants should be a recent Master’s graduate in Economics, International Development, Statistics, Survey Research or similar.read more
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced Business Development Officer to join our dynamic team. As EDI Global continues to grow we would love to hear from people who can help increase our success rate.
This exciting role provides a friendly, professional commercial working environment within the context of International Development.read more
Recent news from EDI – project updates from the field, blog posts and much more…read more
EDI now seeks a Senior Research Officer to work with our UK and overseas survey teams in the running of large-scale surveys and impact evaluations. This role is ideal for candidates with strong quantitative skills, a passion for international development and an interest in producing high quality data to inform policy.read more
Over the years, EDI has implemented numerous surveys focused on the learning outcomes of children and adolescents, and related topics such as youth empowerment. In this blog post, we provide a few tips and recommendations to researchers wishing to conduct school surveys…read more
Some tips and tricks from our Survey Analyst on customising answer options that help speed up data collection and improve data quality.read more
Views from Research No. 15 | Building a questionnaire for a household survey: a check-list (part 2/2)
Socio-economic status of respondents is a key variable of economic models, and yet perhaps the most difficult to measure. Part 2 in our household questionnaire check-list…read more
Views from Research No. 15 | Building a questionnaire for a household survey: a check-list (part 1/2)
Have you carefully thought about the definition of “a household”? This might sound like a trivial question, but the social and statistical constructions of a household greatly vary between and within countries…read more
We welcome Research Officer, Sophie Diarra, to the EDI team! In this blog post, Sophie reflects on her first few weeks at EDI.read more
With the launch of the highly anticipated surveybe release 6 later this year, I’ve been reflecting on the merits of both online and offline data collection modes…read more