June 2011 – March 2013: DC Research has been providing Fieldwork Management and Data Collection, Data Processing for Cambodia Agriculture Value Chain Program (CAVAC) CambodiaCardno Emerging Market (Australia) Pty Ltd in Takeo, Kampot and Kampong Thom.

  • Current project: January – March 2013: KAP Survey to contribute to the development of Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) indicator that measures farmer’s adoption in the proper use of fertilizer.
  • July – August 2012: Vegetable Farmer Households Typology
  • December 2011 – January 2012: Model Farm Survey
  • December 2011 – January 2012: Gender and Household Typology Survey
  • June – July 2011: KAP Survey to contribute to the development of Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) indicator that measures farmer’s adoption in the proper use of fertilizer.

June 2012 – August 2012: DC Research has been providing Fieldwork Management and Data Collection 2,080 Respondents, Data Entry ( Double data entry 4,160 Respondents), and Cleaning and Data migration data from 2010 and 2011 database to current survey database for RH TRaC Survey 2012 for Population Services International (PSI) Cambodia. Data from TRaC survey will be used to monitor change in behavior among women at reproductive age (WRA) and evaluate the impact of the communication campaign.

December 2011 – February 2012: DC Research has been providing Fieldwork Management and Data Collection, Data Operation for 500 households (Double Data Entry 1,000 HHs) Baseline Socio-Economic Survey and Gender survey of rural electricity enterprises (REEs) in Kampong Thom and Siem Reap province with AECOM and ADB. AECOM New Zealand Limited (AECOM NZ) is preparing for the Asian Development Bank (ADB) a rural electrification project under a Project Preparation Technical Assistance (PPTA) contract. The project envisaged a US$ 45 million loan to the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC). The loan will provide support to EDC in building medium voltage sub-transmission lines (22 kV) from existing sub-stations in provincial towns into rural areas.

October – December 2011: Baseline Survey of the Mekong Discovery Trail (MDT) Project is a joint project between United Nation World Tourism Organization, Ministry of tourism, and SNV, with financial support from AECID. The overall objective of the Mekong Discovery Trail project is to alleviate poverty and promote conservation of the Mekong river dolphin and river habitat through sustainable tourism development. The project encompasses nine communities and the provincial capitals of Kratie and Stung Treng in the Northeast of Cambodia with reference code (MDTP/P-IV/PD1/BS). SO Dane/DC Research.

August – October 2011: Baseline Socioeconomic Survey of micro and small enterprise (SME) of Sambo Prey Kok area under improving market access for the poor in central Cambodia project funded by ADB JFPR 9156 9156 CAM, Kampong Thom. The purpose of this baseline survey is to accumulate information on the project area for designing project interventions and to establish a comparative basis for real change for the project’s affected people. The expected beneficiaries of this information are the project stakeholders and the people involved in project design and implementation. The information from this report will serve as basis to assess project progress and outcomes, as well as to set tangible goals for the inhabitants of the target areas. SO Dane-DC Research Download Publication from ADB

January – March 2010: Poverty and Social Impact Assessment,Ministry of Women’s Affairs, Women’s Development Center Project, ADB JFPR 9081 CAM, Kampong Chhnange and Siem Reap. Download Publication from ADB

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