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CASE STUDIES

Children In Forced Labor

IMPAQ International

  • 4500


    Children and Parents reached
  • 45


    Villages

Outline India was the India partner of an international study across Malawi, Ecuador, Panama and Rwanda and India to evaluate the effects of interventions aimed at combating child labor through a randomized control trial.

Adopting a mixed-methodology approach including focus group discussions, in-depth interviews, and surveys, we explored innovative ways of generating opportunities for vulnerable children and adults. Specifically, the analysis sought to understand ways of generating opportunities for a better standard of living among vulnerable children and adults, and to develop insight into changes or outcomes that might be directly attributed to the client’s intervention. The endline for the study is due in March 2018.

Evaluation adolescent sexual and reproductive health program in Bihar

Mathematica Policy Research

  • 1460


    Adolescents and other stakeholders
  • 18


    Field Days

Outline India worked with Mathematica Policy Research, which is the MEL partner for Packard Foundation’s and Pathfinder International’s Population and Reproductive Health (PRH) program based in Bihar.

Our impact evaluation sought to gauge the knowledge, attitudes, and practices toward healthy timing and spacing of pregnancy, demand for and uptake of contraceptive services and family planning, access to contraceptive and maternal health services, and sexual health and counseling services provided for both married and unmarried adolescents in Mahadalit communities. Given, the sensitive nature of the topic and its chief respondents, a major component of the study was dedicated to thorough tool review, pre-testing and translation to the local language and dialect to ensure appropriateness and relevance, followed by obtaining all necessary ethical approvals from an Institutional Review Board (IRB) prior to data collection.

Understanding Hand Hygiene Behaviour in Four Indian States

WaterAid, India

  • 1280


    Household interviewed
  • 64


    Villages

Outline India undertook a formative evaluation with WaterAid India to gauge the awareness and practices of hand hygiene and its importance across 64 villages.

The study, based in Rajasthan, Bihar, Odisha and Chattisgarh, explored the presently existing hand hygiene practices at the individual and household level in rural communities. It sought to ascertain access to hand hygiene facilities at the household level and to identify the facilitators and barriers to hand hygiene practices. After extensive pre-testing and tool review, spot observations and in-depth interviews were conducted in 1280 households across 64 villages, operationalized using the mWater platform to record and analyze data.


TESTIMONIALS

RESOURCES

PUBLICATIONS

14 Aug, 2017

Aadhaar : It's not black or white

While most respondents have Aadhaar cards, their motivations to obtain it and their concerns around it vary greatly based on their demographic profile...
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PUBLICATIONS

15 Nov, 2016

Unveiling reasons for farmers suicide in India

Farmer suicides have been a wrenching and contentious issue in India. The report of the 70th round of the National Sample Survey highlighted that rura...
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BLOGS

07 Dec, 2017

Using Drones For Research and Monitoring

Once the preserve of the military, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are now used in a wide range of industries, from aerial surveillance of crops to se...
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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT OI?

Our Founder Ms. Prerna Mukharya has been featured on Fortune India's 40 Under 40 list, 2018 !

Outline India is working with the University of Pennsylvania, Toronto and Chicago to understand the relationship between education and marriage investments amongst urban males. Engaging with working for male population in different parts of Gurgaon, this study aims to gather data on some current socio-economic trends of urban India.



Outline India has recently been commissioned by CorStone India to conduct a baseline study across 100 schools for over 9000 students in rural Bihar. The aim of the study is to conduct a long-term evaluation of the effects of the Youth First program on social and economic development, gender equity and sexual and reproductive health of adolescent's. 




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