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Recent news from EDI – introducing new team members, project updates from the field, blog posts and much more…read more
The theme for International Women’s Day 2019 is #BalanceforBetter. The message? We should all strive toward a gender-balanced world, in all societies and all places—in the media, sports, and in many other areas— through education, business, and government: better the balance, better the world.read more
Views from Research No. 14 | Using Paradata to Collect Better Survey Data: Evidence from a Household Survey in Tanzania (3/3) | How can GIS be used to improve quality of field based data collection?
In this third post, in our mini blog post series, on how to use paradata to improve survey data quality, we turn to another key element of paradata, namely Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates processed using Geospatial Information Systems (GIS)…read more
Guest blog post from Paul Decker, CEO at Mathematica. Paul reflects on his recent trip to Tanzania visiting EDI offices and meeting the team!read more
Views from Research No. 13 | Using Paradata to Collect Better Survey Data: Evidence from a Household Survey in Tanzania (2/3) | Timestamps – what are they good for?
In this second post, we turn to one of the most commonly used types of survey paradata; timestamps…read more
Views from Research No. 12 | Using Paradata to Collect Better Survey Data: Evidence from a Household Survey in Tanzania (1/3) | What are paradata?
In this mini blog post series, we present the results from our new paper in which we shed light on how to use paradata to improve survey data quality…read more
EDI now seeks a Senior Research Officer and Assistant Research Officer to work with our UK and overseas survey teams in the running of large-scale surveys and impact evaluations on health, agriculture, education and infrastructure…read more
Guest blog post from Sarah Hughes, Senior Fellow at Mathematica, discusses how methods and fieldwork training for local data collectors, mobile device usage, and the expansion of communication networks in sub-Saharan Africa are opportunities that researchers can leverage to overcome survey data collection challenges in the region.read more
Closing the energy gap and ending energy poverty are explicit targets of the global agenda. In this blog post, Johanna Choumert-Nkolo, explores the nature of household energy use in Tanzania in the context of the energy ladder and stacking (fuel mixing) hypotheses.read more
Explore EDI’s Year in Review here in a new infographic. Interesting facts, figures and more…read more