Our services include impact evaluation, process evaluation, market research, data collection,
electronic survey programming, data entry and management, data quality assurance, data analysis and reporting.
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Our data collection techniques adhere to rigorous academic standards
and data collection protocols.
We evaluate programs and polices designed to improve
well-being in Africa.
We provide comprehensive and innovative services in key
priority areas of needs.
Zerihun Associates with extensive local knowledge and considerable technical experience and trained survey teams boasts sector expertise in key national priority areas.
Through its high quality data and research, Zerihun Associates provides comprehensive and innovative services to increase the quality of and access to health and education services, increase agricultural technology adoption, and create enabling environment for poor people to access credit and save.
Freely available, open source datasets from selected sources.
Harvard Dataverse Network, J-PAL Datasets, World Bank Datasets, DHS Datasets.
The World Bank Open Data has freely available development datasets on most African countries, including data on Agriculture and Rural Development, Aid Effectiveness, Climate Change, Economy and Growth, Education, Energy and Mining, Environment, External Debt, Financial Sector, Gender, Health, Infrastructure, Poverty, Private Sector, Public Sector, Science and Technology, Social Development, Social Protection and Labor, Trade, and Urban Development.
The Harvard Dataverse Network is open to all scientific data all disciplines worldwide. You can find prominent study datasets worldwide, including collected from Africa. The dataverse includes two of the most downloaded studies by Frederick Solt, The Standardized World Income Inequality Database, and the Precinct-Level Election Data by Ansolabehere, Stephen; Palmer, Maxwell; Lee, Amanda.
The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab Dataverse (J-PAL) has data from studies by development economics superstars Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee. Among the list of studies Bundling Health Insurance and Microfinance, Textbooks and Test Scores, and Peer Effects, Pupil-Teacher Ratios, and Teacher Incentives are available.
The DHS has collected nationally representative data on population, health, HIV and nutrition through more than 300 surveys in over 90 countries, including most of African Countries. The website has a setp-by-step guidelines for dataset users.