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Users

International funding agencies, research institutes, universities, national statistical bureaus, private sector companies and individuals in over 50 countries around the world rely on surveybe for their data collection.

Organisations like the World Bank, Innovations for Poverty Action, International Livestock Research Institute, International Food Policy Research Institute, Institute for Health Metrics & Evaluation,  Oxford University, Harvard University, Columbia University, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), International Rice Research Institute and many others use surveybe for all types of projects, large, or small, simple or complex.

Regular development of our software includes direct and invaluable feedback from our user community to ensure surveybe remains at the forefront of electronic data collection.  This ensures users continue to use surveybe on project after project…

CAPI versus Paper: Evidence from a Randomized Survey Experiment

EDI at ADB

EDI Co-Founder, Dr. Joachim de Weerdt, addressing The Asian Development Bank Inception Workshop on Implementing Information and Communication Technology Tools to Improve Data Collection and Management of National Surveys in Support of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Surveybe users collect data across many sectors, including:

 

  • socio-economic
  • agricultural
  • livestock
  • education
  • health
  • education
  • markets and trade
  • banking, finance and microfinance
  • international development and humanitarian aid

Surveybe is used for many types of data-collection including:

 

  • baseline, midline and endline surveys
  • impact assessments
  • monitoring and evaluation
  • opinion polls
  • market research
  • household surveys
  • faclity surveys
  • academic research
Surveybe users are also taking advantage of it ‘file attachments’ response option allowing them to collect any type of file (e.g. fingerprints probe readings, biometric data etc) for conducting retail audits, asset checks and health and pollution tests amongst others.