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Think tanks, CSR bodies, Government bodies, Researchers, Policy makers

What we work on

M&E, Impact assessments, Campaign evaluations, Develop study designs, Field data collection and Training, for Qualitative & Quantitative research & ethnographies

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Our Reach

CASE STUDIES

Documentation of the Application of Design Research to examine Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health

John Snow Inc.

  • 6


    Total field days

Outline India collaborated with John Snow, Inc. for observing design research activities held in Samastipur, Bihar. The study emphasized on understanding women's knowledge and potential sources of knowledge acquisition in relation to sexual and reproductive health.

Different design research methods being used in carrying out the FGDs, KIIs and IDIs were documented. In-depth interviews with design researchers were carried out pre and post data collection to understand the objectives and outcomes of the fieldwork being carried out.



TESTIMONIALS

RESOURCES

PUBLICATIONS

2019-11-01

The Good Sight November Issue

Data, the epicenter for research and the foundation of policymaking help figure out how our policies will work on the ground; Track Your Metrics, a...
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BLOGS

2020-04-22

TRANSITIONING FROM CAPI TO CATI: A GUIDE TO ADAPT TO PHONE SURVEYS USING CATI IN UNPRECEDENTED TIMES LIKE COVID-19

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PUBLICATIONS

2020-04-23

Understanding the COVID-19 Infodemic: How Misinformation Impacts Mindsets

This piece attempts to highlight the problem of communication of misinformation and how it worsens the situation in health crisis and pandemic such...
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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT OI?

SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL OUTCOMES OF ORGANIC COTTON FARMING

Outline India has undertaken a study to analyse the Socio-Economic and Environmental Outcomes of Organic Cotton Farming. The study aims to compare outcomes across organic cotton farmers, better cotton farmers, and conventional cotton farmers being funded by the C&A Foundation in Madhya Pradesh.



Given the lack of credible data and studies that assess the social and economic impact of cotton farming, our study in collaboration with the American Institute of Research (AIR) aims to provide insights into the potential effects of voluntary certification cotton production on farmer’s well-being. The study is being conducted in the state of Madhya Pradesh, as it produces about 27% of the global organic cotton and about 40 % of India’s organic cotton. A rigorous research study in this context is helpful not just in informing the C&A Foundation’s work in the area, but provide credible evidence to influence policy decisions both at the state and the national level. To achieve this goal, different aspects of education, health, and socio-economic outcomes are being measured; which intends to compare social and economic outcomes of three types of cotton farmers namely organic, conventional and better cotton farmers. 


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