Complex survey samples in M&E and adapting sampling methods to meet field needs
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About the webinar
This Webinar is a one-hour session ideal for Monitoring and Evaluation professionals who are interested in learning more about complex survey samples in Monitoring and Evaluation and how sampling methods can be adapted to meet the needs and the reality of the field.
Some of the key points we cover are:
- Cluster samples
- Stratified samples
- Multi-stage samples
- Non-sampling errors: Selection bias, Convenience sampling, Refusals
- Sampling in challenging environments: Without a well known population, Techniques for randomization (random walks, systematic sampling, etc.)
You can find and watch the first part of the Webinar “A guide to choosing sample sizes for M&E practitioners” in order to prepare better for the content of this Webinar.
Is this Webinar for me?
- Are you an M&E practitioner responsible for designing surveys and data collection tools for your programmes?
- Do you wish to understand better how to work with complex samples for your surveys and what to keep in mind while doing that?
- Do you want to ask questions regarding complex sample sizes?
- Do you want to explore how sampling can be adjusted to meet the requirements of challenging environments?
Then, watch our Webinar!
About the Trainer
Mr. Alexander Bertram, Technical Director of BeDataDriven and founder of ActivityInfo, is a graduate of the American University's School of International Service and started his career in international assistance fifteen years ago working with IOM in Kunduz, Afghanistan, and then with Altai consulting in Kabul where he worked on the planning and analysis of large-scale nationwide surveys. He later worked as an Information Management officer with UNICEF in DR Congo. With UNICEF, frustrated with the time required to build data collection systems for each new programme, he worked on the team that developed ActivityInfo, a simplified platform for M&E data collection. In 2010, he left UNICEF to start BeDataDriven and develop ActivityInfo full time. Since then, he has worked with organizations in more than 50 countries to deploy ActivityInfo for monitoring & evaluation.