Phase 2 Fieldwork commenced in South Sudan!
We are thrilled to announce that our Phase 2 fieldwork has begun in South Sudan. Our researchers are speaking with internally displaced people (IDPs) in Rubkona and Bentiu, South Sudan's largest camp to understand thier protection needs as well as thier perspectives on Humanitarian Data Practices.
We Just Completed Our 3days Joint Nvivo Workshop with the Univeristy of Ibadan!
On 28-30 of September, we held an online Nvivo training workshop in collaboration with our project partners at the University of Ibadan. Over 700 people from different countries in Europe and Africa registered for this training. The participants learned the practical steps for coding qualitative data and our Lead Research Fellow drew upon her experience in the project to further outline the pitfalls in the coding process as well as the steps that can help in addressing them.
Project Update: Mid-Term PAG Meeting
We are thrilled to share that we held our Practitioner Advisory Group (PAG) meeting this morning. During the meeting team members presented the experiences, challenges and findings from our Phase 1 work to our PAG members. We are pleased that our presentations were well appreciated by our PAG members and we will continue to engage with thier advise to enhance our work in the second phase of the project.