Client: Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
Title: International Survey of Key Stakeholder Perceptions of Multilateral Organisation Effectiveness
Date: March 2007 - March 2008
This 6-country survey for DFID involved the identification of 50 top-level “well informed people” within five different stakeholder groups in Ghana: government, parliament, civil service, civil society and the private sector. The questionnaire-based Ghana survey was managed by PDA. Data was entered on line.
Title: Baseline survey on Disaster Risk Reduction
Brief Description:Baseline survey on Disaster Risk Reduction
Conducted a baseline survey. This was aimed to draw the attention of stakeholders, primary schools and communities to risks, their vulnerability to hazards, disaster prevention and suitable coping mechanisms. The study was conducted in four districts in the Upper East Region namely, Bawku municipality, Bawku West, Garu –Tempane and Builsa Districts.
Client -Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
Title: Research based evidence on the effectiveness on Japanese aid in Ghana
Date - October 2007
Research based evidence on the effectiveness on Japanese aid in Ghana. Part of a global project being undertaken by the Evidence based Policy Development Network (EBPDN)
PDA coordinated the planning workshop held in Accra in October 2007 for this project for representatives of various organisations taking part in the global project. The workshop helped generate the terms of reference for the research carried out at the national leve. The focus of the research was on Japanese aid as Japan would be hosting and chairing the 2008 G8 meeting. The research in Ghana commemced in December 2007 and ended in March 2008. The evidence generated on the effectivess of Japanese aid from the Ghana study was incorporated into a global synthesis report that would be used to engage Japan and other G8 countries with a view of influencing the policy outcomes of the TICAD and G8 meetings in 2008. The global EBPDN is supported by ODI RAPID programme