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Evaluating our processes and impact, consciously and constantly.

Research

Unique situations call for..

In an attempt to understand the value of our work we evaluate our internal processes and the impact of our programmes. Both domains of our inquiry involve mixed methods. We use qualitative and quantitative means to understand a multitude of 

avenues of the refugee life, namely social, household, financial, technological, psychological and physiological. Additionally, we do a 360 degree analysis of the delivery and management of our programmes.

Areas of research

Gender

Education

Food & Nutrition

Mental health

Gender

Education

Food & Nutrition

Mental health

Demographic

Work

Microeconomy

Migratory patterns

Familial relationships

Children

Camp living conditions

Remittance

Key features

Participatory

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Multi-dimensional

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360 Analysis

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Wonder how refugees spend their UBI?

Data Source : Refugee Integration Organisation

UBI skeptics often site induced lethargy and unproductive indulgence as reasons to steer away from “free cash” programmes. However, our research much like most others show quite the contrary; most participants  spend  their income covering costs of living in addition to creating businesses that fuel  micro economies within at camps.

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