Conducting surveys to find out people's perceptions of service delivery in conflict: You must be crazy!

18 November 2013
Rachel Slater
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Over 2012-13 the Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium (SLRC) conducted a panel survey in five conflict-affected countries; DRC, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Uganda.

The aim was to find out people’s perceptions of basic services, livelihoods, and their views of governance actors. 

SLRC plan to go back and re-interview the same households in 2015 to find out whether their perceptions shift over time. 

Research Director, Rachel Slater reflects on whether we were crazy to do something so ambitious at the DSA Conference.

This is an output of the following project: Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium
Rachel Slater