Country: South Asia
Value: USD 50K
Start Date: 2009-10-01
End Date: 2009-12-31
The objective of this survey was to assess the immediate impact of Community Physical Infrastructure Projects (CPIs) implemented by the Rural Support Programmes (RSPs), as part of their holistic social mobilization approach to improve rural livelihoods and reduce poverty. The survey provided the decision makers with information to help improve the design and implementation of the community infrastructure projects in as short a time as possible.
The services provided by the firms include; development and refinement of the instruments to assess the impact of the project. Our firm mobilized and trained 32 enumerators and field engineers with experience in water supply and sanitation schemes, road construction, irrigation water storage schemes, etc. Seven teams were deployed throughout Pakistan to collect technical and social data on the Community Participation Infrastructure (CPI) Schemes. Teams comprised of data surveyors speaking 8 languages. Each team also included a female enumerator. Data from 240 CPI schemes were collected and 2880 questionnaires were administered. Results were compiled using CSPro and cleaned data set was presented to the client.