BST Survey Solutions PLC
BST Research works since inception

 No.

 Project

 Time Period

 Client Name

1.

Ethiopia Resilient Landscapes and Livelihoods Project Impact Evaluation Household Listing Survey. BST is fully responsible for the data collection from a total of 10,200 rural households in Tigray, Amhara, Oromia, and SNNPR Regions of Ethiopia.

Jan 2019 - Ongoing

The WORLD Bank GROUP - Gender Innovation Lab

2.

Ethiopia Multi-Donors Initiative (MDI) Impact Monitoring and Evaluation Project financed by IFC– partnering with Economisti Associati, a consulting firm based in Italy. BST is responsible for a small survey on SMEs in Addis Ababa.

July 2018 - Ongoing 

IFC/Economisti Associati

3.

Endline Survey for Feed the Future (FTF) zone of Influence under the project entitled “Impact Evaluation of Feed the Future Program” BST is fully responsible for the data collection from 7,000 rural households in 168 EAs of Tigray, Amhara, Oromia, Somali and SNNPR Regions of Ethiopia.

July - Oct 2018 

ESSP II/IFPRI

4.

Follow-up Survey for The Impact of Ethiopia's Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP4). The survey is conducted in in 336 EAs of Tigray, Amhara, Oromia, Somali and Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region (SNNPR)

April - July 2018

ESSP II/IFPRI


5.

Impact evaluation of Digital Green’s video-based extension work with the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources (MoARN) in Ethiopia. Endline household survey. The End-line survey covered close to 2500 households and 900 development agents (DAs) in 352 rural kebeles Ethiopia.Measurement of plot areas for teff, wheat, and maize using GPS for plots within a given radius from dwelling will also be done.

Feb - Apr 2018

International Food Policy Institute (IFPRI)

6. 

Endline Survey (2 rounds) for about 1300 program beneficiaries and of an identified control group for a Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) impact evaluation of the Women’s Agricultural Marketing Leaders Network (WALN) project in Ethiopia. This project is conducted by The World Banks Africa Region Gender Innovation Lab (GIL) and implemented by the NGO ACDI/VOCA in Addis-Ababa, Amhara, Oromia, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region (SNNPR) and Tigray regions. 


 April 2017 – Feb 2018

The WORLD Bank GROUP - Gender Innovation Lab

7.

Second Round Survey for The Impact of Ethiopia's Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP4) on women’s time use, nutritional status of women and pre-school children in the face seasonality and market access constraints. The survey is conducted in in 264 EAs of Tigray, Amhara, Oromia, and Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region (SNNPR)

July - Oct 2017

ESSP II/IFPRI


8.

CAPI based Round-1 survey for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) PSNP Project in Ethiopia. The survey covered close to 2640 households in 264 EAS in the four main regions of Ethiopia.

January – March 2017

IFPRI

9.

Digital Green Program’s Third Party Quality Assurance. Assess the quality of 120 Video Dissemination Sessions per a predefined parameter and conduct 240 farmers’ interviews (2) Physically validate 400 at farm adoption of agricultural practices in 40 kebeles 3, conduct 240 household survey in 10 kebeles to cross validate leadership and adoption of Ayibar BBM as reported by Farm Radio International (FRI).

January – December 2016

Digital Green Foundation

10.

Agricultural Commercialization Cluster Survey Baseline (ACC). BST is fully responsible for the survey of 5,070 rural households in the four main regions of Ethiopia.

February - July 2016

IFPRI, ATA, and Gates Foundation

11.

Productive Safety Net Program -4th round Survey (PSNP4). The Central Statistical Agency (CSA) is responsible for the data collection. BST's role is to conduct training of trainers and do overall supervision. The survey covered nearly 7,000 households in Tigray, Affar, Amhara, Oromia, Somali and SNNPR Regions

December 2015 – April 2016

IFPRI

12.

Experimental data collection as part of study implemented in partnership with Digital Green which supports the Ethiopian extension system through video-based extension, and radio. BST is fully responsible for the data collection conducted in Arsi negelle; Dugda; and Ada’a woredas in Oromiya region

January – February 2016

IFPRI

13.

Resilience Survey. Less Explored Pathways to Resilience and Transformation – Aspirations, Locus of Control, and Behaviour. BST is fully responsible for the data collection on about 1,500 households in Doba Wereda – Oromiya region

October – December 2015

IFPRI

14.

Follow-up survey of about 1400 program beneficiaries and of an identified control group for a Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT) impact evaluation of the Women’s Agricultural Marketing Leaders Network (WALN) project in Ethiopia. This project is conducted by The World Banks Africa Region Gender Innovation Lab (GIL) and implemented by the NGO ACDI/VOCA in Addis-Ababa, Amhara, Oromia, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region (SNNPR) and Tigray regions.

May – Nov 2015

The World Bank

15.

Midline Survey for Feed the Future zone of Influence under the project entitled “Impact Evaluation of Feed the Future Program”CAPI programming, training, and supervision of the midline survey conducted by the Central Statistical Agency (CSA). The survey covered nearly 7,000 households in four main regions of Ethiopia.

May – July 2015

IFPRI

16.

Survey on value for money and sustainability in WASH programs in Ethiopia. BST is responsible for qualitative (community mapping, FGD, and key informants) and quantitative (water points, and 1,200 households) data collection. Five regions of the country are covered, namely Tigray, Amhara, Oromiya, SNNPR, and Benishangul. 

August 2014 – Feb 2015

Oxford Policy Management (OPM)-led Consortium/DFID  

17.

CAPI based data collection and processing for study on Return Migration from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Ethiopia. The survey covers 500 returnees in Southern Wello Zone.

April – June 2014

The World Bank

18.

CAPI based survey for the Agricultural Transformation Agency’s Wheat Initiative Project in Ethiopia. The survey covered close to 1,000 wheat growers in Amhara, Tigray and Oromia regions.

Jan-Mar 2014

International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA)

19.

Crop-cutting measurements for the Agricultural Transformation Agency’s Wheat Initiative Project in Ethiopia. The exercise covered close to 500 wheat growers.

Dec 2013 – Feb 2014

IFPRI and ATA

20.

CAPI based data collection activities (using qualitative and quantitative survey instruments) for the USAID’s impact evaluation survey on AGP/AMD/LMD/LGP targeted households and PSNP/HABP/GRAD/PRIME beneficiaries in selected 40 woredas in Ethiopia.

Oct – Nov 2013

USAID

21.

CAPI based end-line survey for Index Based Insurance study on 1,700 households in four selected sites in Oromia region.

Sept –Oct 2013

IFPRI

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