We leverage research techniques and engage in partnerships to generate evidence that can both improve service delivery and impact public policy.
We believe that a research-driven approach is crucial to developing successful intervention models and learnings, evaluating our impact and building a robust knowledge base forthe development sector.
Our team uses various research methods including randomised controlled trials to generate proof points of successful intervention models. We believe strongly in research partnerships and work frequently as technical partners to facilitate academic research on the ground.
In 2015, our research team undertook an 18-month independent study on frontline workers to understand their motivations and challenges faced in program implementation. The study comprised in-depth interviews of several Integrated Child Development Services workers and health workers from four NGOs. The insights helped us and our partners develop strategies to enhance support to frontline workers and improve operational efficiency.