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Views from Research No. 10 | Randomising Within-Household Respondent Selection
Collecting high quality data in developing countries is a crucial challenge for monitoring and assessing development policies…
February 2018 Update
Well, 2018 has gotten off to a flying start – literally! Many of our colleagues have boarded planes and flown to training and field locations as a number of new, exciting projects have commenced. But that’s not all – we have more news and updates to share – read on…!
EDI Year in Review
Explore EDI’s Year in Review here in a new infographic. Interesting facts, figures and more…
Views from the Field No. 6 | Confidentiality and Data Protection During Fieldwork
In the era of dematerialisation (i.e. a paperless era), ensuring the security of data collected in field is paramount. The recent examples of major data breaches and cyber-attacks calls for even further reflection and review of protocols to manage and store personally identifiable information.
Considering food consumption modules in survey design
A new paper co-authored by EDI’s Co-Founder Joachim De Weerdt along with Jed Friedman, Kathleen Beegle and John Gibson addresses food consumption data, measurements, response error, and how findings from a randomised survey experiment in Tanzania can influence survey design.
A New Year and EDI’s Continued Data Quality Assurances
This year, 2018, sees EDI continue its research and data collection activities across a variety of sectors. We look forward to engaging with new clients and building on successful relationships with existing partners across East Africa and beyond; whilst always ensuring that the data we collect is accurate and of high quality.
Seasons Greetings and looking ahead to 2018…
Seasons Greetings to everyone from all of us at the EDI Group and best wishes for the New Year
Autumn Update from the EDI Group
Exciting updates from the field, new project engagements and much more in EDI’s Autumn 2017 newsletter.
EDI Research Team complete “Protecting Human Research Participants” training course
We are pleased to announce that all of our key research personnel have now completed the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Extramural Research training course “Protecting Human Research Participants”.
My Internship at EDI so far
Elena Perra joins us from the Erasmus+ per traineeship programme ran by the University of Florence of which EDI is a non-academic partner. Read Elena’s blog post about her first few months at EDI…