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Afrobarometer R5 Uganda survey
(December 2011 – February 2012)

The survey involved conducting a random sample of 6200 interviews for the fifth round of the Afrobarometer in Uganda

Quantitative face-to-face interviews using pen and paper.

Afrobarometer network. Survey funded by USAID Uganda Mission through the UMEMS project

Patricia Rainey.
UMEMS Chief of Party
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Tel: 0777564215

Mapping of HIV services providers in Uganda for the Civil Society Fund
(Oct – December 2011)

The survey involved Generating a service provider directory for HIV/AIDS service providers in the 19 project districts

Quantitative and qualitative methodologies used. Over 1000 providers were interviewed and profiled using a structured questionnaire delivered using PDAs

The SCIPHA projected managed by the Joint Clinic Research Centre (JCRC)

Dr. Fiona Kalinda
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Tel: 0772 443751

Deepening Democracy Programme End-line beneficiary survey
(July – Sept 2011)

The survey involved assessing the impacted of the DDP funded programmes on the attitudes and behaviors of the beneficiaries.

Quantitative survey methodology. Over 2000 face –to-face electronic interviews were conducted in treatment and control area clusters using IDEOS Phone handsets

The Deepening Democracy Programme (DDP)

Nicolas De Torrente
Programme manager DDP
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End-line Members of Parliament Accountability Study
(April – July 2011)

The survey involved conducting over 8000 interviews including a penal in all parliamentary constituencies. The study was an end-line to the impact evaluation study to assess the impact of the parliament scorecard project

Face –to-face pen and paper surveys conducted. The administration was a little complicated involving several variations. Each interview variation was pre-selected and its delivery in the field was controlled a very elaborate survey dictionary.

The Deepening Democracy Programme

Dr. Macartan Humphreys.
Colombia University
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2 Afrobarometer 20ll national opinion pre-election surveys
(December 2010 and January 2011)

The pre-election surveys were conducted as public opinion polls to assess the public mood prior to the 2011 national elections. Each involved a national representative sample of 2000 respondents

Quantitative face-to-face interviews using pen and paper.

The Deepening Democracy Programme (DDP)

Nicolas De Torrente
Programme manager DDP
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2 Voter register audits for the Uganda voter register prior to the 2011 Uganda national elections

The Voter audits were done access the accuracy national voter register prior to its use in the 2011 national elections. The first audit of the register was done prior to the update exercise the last audit was done post the update exercise.

Each audit phase evolved a desk computer audit and surveys; a list to people survey and a people to list survey. The list to people survey involved tracking down a random sample 1000 names selected from the voters register and the people to list survey involved a random sample of 2500 people traced back to the register.

The Democracy Monitoring Group (DEMgroup) Funded by the Deepening Democracy Programme (DDP)

Nicolas De Torrente
Programme manager DDP
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NUSAF YOP End line and Group survey

(April – August 2010)

Study involved tracking a panel of about 2700 respondents interviewed in baseline for the evaluation end line survey

Quantitative survey methodology involving the PDAs in data collection. We were also responsible for the programming of the questionnaires onto the PDAs using Pendragon

World Bank Human Development Network

 

Sebastian Martinez World bank
Economist Human Development Network
The World Bank
Tel: 202 473 9741

Uganda Voter Register Audit 2010

(April – June 2010)

The assignment involved assessing the quality of the Uganda Voter register by undertaking a list top people survey and a people to list survey as well a computer consistence analysis test

Quantitative survey methodology involving national representative sample of 2500 and SQL analysis of over 30  million record

Democracy Monitoring Group and the Deepening Democracy Programme

 

Simon Osborn
Deepening Democracy Programme (DDP)
+256 772 654794

Evaluation of PACE/PSI cross generation sex programme in secondary schools
(July 2009)

Study involved doing and outcome and process evaluations to access how success of the programme implemented in 50 schools.

Methodology included the use of both quantitative and qualitative methods of inquiry

Programme for Accelerated Health Communication and Education (PACE) Formerly PSI/Uganda

Peter Buyungo
Research Director PACE
Tel: 031 351100

Baseline on study on Uganda Red Cross intervention In IDPs resettlement in Eastern Uganda
(May 2009)

Baseline on study on Uganda Red Cross intervention In IDPs resettlement in Eastern Uganda

Methodology involved doing individual and group surveys.

Uganda Red Cross Society

Irene Amoron
Programme Officer
Uganda Red Cross Society

Afrobarometer Uganda R4 survey

(July-Sept 2008)

A three year interval Public opinion survey that measures public opinion in regard to democracy, governance, humans, civil society and other development issues.

Survey research methodology based on national representative samples of 2432 adult Ugandan citizens

Afrobarometer

Carolyn Logan
Michigan State University
Tel: +15174320214

Assessing relationships between religious attitudes and democracy in Uganda and Mozambique
(Oct-Nov 2008)

An Africa wide survey that was commission to assess the extent to which Democracy and peace are threatened by religious attitudes

Survey research methodology based on national representative samples of 1040 and 1500 adult citizens

Princeton Survey Research associates

Mary McIntosh
President
Princeton Survey Research Associates
1211 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 305
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202-293-4710
Fax: 202-293-4757

Assessing relationships between religious attitudes and democracy in Uganda and Mozambique
(Oct-Nov 2008)

An Africa wide survey that was commission to assess the extent to which Democracy and peace are threatened by religious attitudes

Survey research methodology based on national representative samples of 1040 and 1500 adult citizens

Princeton Survey Research associates

Mary McIntosh
President
Princeton Survey Research Associates
1211 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 305
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202-293-4710
Fax: 202-293-4757

Members of Parliament accountability study
(Nov- Dec 2008)

Part of the AFLI Parliament scorecard project aimed at assessing how increased information about MPs performance affects engagement of constituents.

Survey research methodology that interviewed a total sample of 4300 respondents from all constituents.

Stanford University and Columbia University

Professor Jeremy Wienstien
Stanford University

Area assessment study of Nnindye parish in Mpigi
(Sept – Oct 2008)
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This study was commissioned to assess opportunities for a long term transformation development programme in Nnindye

A mix of both quantitative and qualitative assessment methodologies

University of Notre Dame and Nkozi Martyrs University

Dr David Nnyani Nkozi martyrs University

Assessment of the Popular Opinion Leaders (POL) performance
(June 2007 on going)

The assessment is to gain an understanding of the extent to which the Popular Opinion Leaders (POLs) contribute to the adoption of healthy behaviors in the community

The study was qualitative and it involved conducting FGDs with people in the reproductive age and Key Informant interviews with local health directors and providers.

AFFORD - UGANDA

Mr Juan Schoemaker
AFFORD Project
Plot 35, John Babiiha Avenue-Kololo,
Tel: 256 312 244 700,

Evaluation of the USAID supported Call to Action Project of the Elizabeth Glazier Pediatric AIDS Foundation commissioned by in (May 2007 on going)

The purpose of the study is to learn of client perceptions of the PMTCT services delivered and how they can be improved.

We used FGDs and talked to health providers and clients of ANC services found at the selected health facilities in three districts of Uganda.

MEMS-USAID

 

Mr. Augustine Wandera
MEMS
Tel: 0414253978

Global project on attitudes to democracy and globalization
(May 2007)

Uganda was part of a 44 country global survey to investigate attitudes towards democracy and globalization.

In Uganda the study involved a survey of a representative sample of 1200 adult Ugandans of voting age. The survey was conducted in 49 districts.

Princeton Survey Research Associates Washington DC

Mary McIntosh
President
Princeton Survey Research Associates
1211 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 305
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202-293-4710
Fax: 202-293-4757

Formative Qualitative Market Research on STI Kits
(February 2007)

The study aimed at gathering data would be used in facilitating the establishment and launching of a promotional campaign and distribution network for the STI Kits.

 

AFFORD - UGANDA

Mr Juan Schoemaker
AFFORD Project
Plot 35, John Babiiha Avenue-Kololo,
Tel: 256 312 244 700,

Baseline survey on HIV/AIDS prevention, water and sanitation

The survey aimed at collecting baseline data on the sataus of selected indicators on HIV/AIDS prevention, water and sanitation that will be used to monitor and evaluate PSI interventions among IDPs in Pader district. The Scope of work included, designing of the study, sample development and selection, fieldwork data collection and entry and presenting a clean data set.

Quantitative survey research methodologies involving scientific random samples of 3650 interviews

Population Services International (PSI)

Peter Buyungo
Research Director PSI
Tel: 031 351100

Pre-testing communication materials to promote rural savings in Northern Uganda & West Nile
(February 2007)

The evaluation was to understand people’s perception and understanding of the key Messages too be used in a communication to promote saving money wisely and safely with financial institutions by rural people.

The study was qualitative and it involved conducting FGDs with people who save and those who don’t in three regions of Uganda

USAID Rural SPEED

 

 

Diana Mushabe
Communications/Administrative Assistant
041 – 346864 / 346849

Tusker Project Fame

Tracking the performance of Tusker Malt lager on the Ugandan Market during the reality TV show.

The study was quantitative and involved talking to the same people for a period of three months.

Uganda Breweries Ltd.

David Wozemba, The consumer Planner,
UBL
Tel:031 210011

A survey on small scale Health providers in Uganda
(May 2006)

The survey was to solicit information from small-scale private providers in Uganda that can be used by MFIs and others financial institutions in efficiently targeting the private health sector.   .

The study was and quantitative involved conducting interviews with the midwives, nurses, clinical officers, solo practice doctors, and drug shops The sample was 125 respondents

ABT ASSOCIATES INC.

Bernard Koissy, Project Manager
4800 Montgomery Avenue, Suite 600 Bethesda, MD 20814-3460 USA
Telephone: + 1 301 941-0266
Fax: + 1 301 913 0562
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Evaluation of LLINs Mass Distribution process
(April 2006)

The evaluation was to gauge the efficiency and effectiveness of distributing LLINs using the CMD system

The study was both qualitative and quantitative involved conducting FGDs with people involved in the process and household interviews with the beneficiaries

UPHOLD

Xavier Nsabagasani
Action Research Specialist
UPHOLD

Pre-testing communication materials to promote rural savings
(March 2006)

The evaluation was to understand people’s perception and understanding of the key Messages too be used in a communication to promote saving money wisely and safely with financial institutions by rural people.

The study was qualitative and it involved conducting FGDs with people who save and those who don’t in three regions of Uganda

USAID Rural SPEED

 

Diana Mushabe
Communications/Administrative Assistant
041 – 346864 / 346849

Conducting Opinion Polls
(January 2006)

This was a survey of public opinion and attitudes toward performance in democracy. It involves a national household sample of adult Ugandans of voting age

The survey utilized a national sample of 1200 respondents; representative of the demographic distribution of adult Ugandans of voting age from 45 districts randomly generated and selected.

International Republican Institute.

 

Conducting Opinion Polls (Round II)
(January 2006- On going)

This was a survey of public opinion and attitudes toward performance in democracy. It involves a national household sample of adult Ugandans of voting age

The survey utilized a national sample of 1200 respondents; representative of the demographic distribution of adult Ugandans of voting age from 45 districts randomly generated and selected.

Monitor Publications Ltd

Peter Mwesige,
The Executive Editor,
Tel: 041-231541

Conducting Opinion Polls (Round I)
(Dec 2005)

This was a survey of public opinion and attitudes toward performance in democracy. It involves a national household sample of adult Ugandans of voting age

The survey utilized a national sample of 1200 respondents; representative of the demographic distribution of adult Ugandans of voting age from 45 districts randomly generated and selected.

Monitor Publications Ltd

Peter Mwesige,
The Executive Editor,
Tel: 041-231541

Evaluation of the Bell lager Premiership promotion.
(November 2005 ongoing)

Evaluate the impact of the promotional activities on the positioning of Pilsner lager

Quantitative survey methodology involving a random survey sample of over 400 respondents

Uganda Breweries Ltd.

David Wozemba, The consumer Planner,
UBL
Tel:031 210011

Evaluation of the Pilsner “Lion Amongst Lion” promotion.
(November 2005 ongoing)

Evaluate the impact of the promotional activities on the positioning of Pilsner lager

Quantitative survey methodology involving a random survey sample of over 1040 respondents

Uganda Breweries Ltd.

David Wozemba, The consumer Planner,
UBL
Tel:031 210011

Reconciling the EC’s voter registers and the UBOS 2002 census frame Sept- Oct 2005

The assignment required us to identify gaps as regards total numbers of registered voters as per the national 2002 census including working out the optimal resources & logistics required to fill the identified gaps in terms of time, workforce and equipment

Desk review quantitative analysis

The Donor Election Support Unit (Human Rights and Good Governance Liaison Office

Simon Osborn 077654794