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AFGHANISTAN

Monitoring the risks faced by returned refugees and internally displaced persons in Afghanistan.

We conduct tens of thousands of in-depth mobile phone surveys with returned refugees and internally displaced persons across Afghanistan, allowing our clients to track changing socio-economic indicators and emerging threats in real time. For an example of our work, see here.

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LIBERIA

Measuring the trust that Liberian citizens have in the Liberian Government.

We conducted a nationally representative mobile phone survey across Liberia, allowing our partners to measure the extent to which respondent’s trust government institutions at the community, county and national level.

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NIGERIA

Measuring conflict trends in Nigeria, even in otherwise inaccessible regions.

We conduct daily mobile phone surveys with a broad cross-section of the population living in key conflict-affected areas, allowing us to track how these populations view these conflicts today, as well as how these views change over time.

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SYRIA

Understanding the challenges with cross-border humanitarian assistance.

We conducted an in-depth evaluation of the challenges faced by humanitarian actors delivering cross-border aid from Turkey into Syria, including the challenges with remote monitoring and evaluation of humanitarian projects in difficult-to-access areas.

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UZBEKISTAN

Understanding how women’s empowerment affects efforts to prevent extremism.

We conducted a nationally representative mobile phone survey across Uzbekistan, allowing our partners to understand popular views on women’s role in society, and how this impacts their perception of which societal institutions are best placed to prevent extremism.

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ZIMBABWE

Measuring popular perceptions of democracy and evolving governance challenges.

We conduct daily mobile phone surveys with a nationally representative cross-section of the population, allowing our partners to track key trends in post-coup Zimbabwe in real-time, including changing popular perceptions of democratization and key governance challenges. For an example of our real-time tracking dashboard, see here. For an example of our Zimbabwe reports, see here.