SUMMARY

For this mission, NelsonJF Consulting prioritized a qualitative data collection method. We edited and reviewed focus group discussions and key informant interview guides and developed key research questions to guide the whole research process. Regarding the training for enumerators, we co-facilitated a three-day training session to present the goals of the research and the data collection tools to them and make sure they have a good understanding of the context in which the mission is performed. The training was very participative. Enumerators were able to practice the tools and ask questions. Additionally, we have developed a strategy to evaluate the consistency and validity of the data collected daily so they can be relevant to the report. To analyze the data collected and produce the report, we used the content analysis approach. The idea was to establish whether certain words, themes, or concepts within the data collected are present. Here
are the different steps we focused on to perform the content analysis:

  • Select the words, themes, or concepts to analyze.
  • Define the units and categories of analysis.
  • Develop an analysis grid.
  • Perform the analysis and conclude.

The full narrative report highlighted the key findings by sector (agriculture and livelihoods, Maternal Health and Nutrition, Disaster Risk and Reduction, Gender and youth, and financial inclusion) and presented to the CARE international team.

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Project Details

  • Category: Research
  • Client: CARE-Haiti
  • Location: Haiti
  • Skills: Qualitative Data Analysis, Content Analysis Approach.
  • Start and End date: September 2020 to December 2020
  • Language: French


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