Views from Research – No. 7 | Effective Evaluation of Maternal and Neonatal Health (MNH) in the developing world
Maternal and Neonatal Health (MNH) is a major area for health development and despite expansions in health services across developing countries, improvements in MNH in these countries have been slow.
The Transparency for Development (T4D) project utilizes local knowledge to design a transparency, accountability and participation intervention that is motivated by the desire to improve MNH and empower citizens in rural communities.read more
EDI and T4D, On-line surveybe procurement, Dealing with surveys on sensitive topics, Enumerator activity paradata and CSAE 2017read more
Season’s Greetings! And a Happy New Year. All of us at Surveybe and EDI would like to wish every one of you all the very best for the festive season and hope for a peaceful and prosperous New Year. We have enjoyed another momentous year at Surveybe – with...read more
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Steven Broadbent to sleep out in the elements to raise funds and awareness of homelessness in High Wycomberead more
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a skilled Business Development professional to join our dynamic team. As Economic Development Initiatives continue to grow we would love to hear from people who can help to secure even more future success. This exciting role...read more
“Data is only as reliable as the people collecting it.”
Collecting primary data through face-to-face interviews is one of the most challenging forms of data measurement. Seeing an interview as an act of asking questions and recording responses is missing the wider picture.read more
Surveybe has been deployed on Establishment surveys for years. ICES-V furthered such involvement with Surveybe being demonstrated live and other surveybe users presenting their research.
What challenges do establishment surveys face in providing robust data?read more
Deploying Surveybe’s Structural Functionality for Complex School Questionnaires.
I have recently converted some of the largest, most complex questionnaires I have ever encountered into the latest version of Surveybe.read more
Enhancing survey design through the use of images
This post discusses the use of images in CAPI questionnaires and highlights Surveybe features that can be used to present images within various questionnaire components.read more