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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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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?

Assessment of Village Education Committee in Nagaland, India

The World Bank and Outline India are partnering to assist the Government of Nagaland to launch the Nagaland: Enhancing Classroom Teaching and Resources (NECTAR) project, with the key goal of improving the quality of school education in Nagaland.



In this assessment, the World Bank has partnered with Outline India as the data and research partner to further, understand the landscape of the current functioning of the education sector in Nagaland, from the point of view of its officials, the VECs (akin to SMCs) and illustrate how to ameliorate the intended outcomes of the Communitisation Act.

Outline India would look into the capacity and functioning of the VECs in accordance with the roles and responsibilities envisaged in the Communitisation Act of Nagaland.  In the course of the next few weeks, Outline India will look at available bodies of work, including documentation made available by the Government, studies done by sectoral experts, dipsticks done by the World Bank to figure and compare on-ground realities vis a vis existing roles and responsibilities, as listed in the Act.

Outline India will help the World Bank with recommendations which shall thereafter be shared with Government of Nagaland by the World Bank to augment the education scenario of the region with special emphasis on the designing of the NECTAR project.

The larger goal is to set a roadmap for furthering the goals of the NECTAR project of the Government of Nagaland (GoN) with due support from the World Bank.


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