Niger WASH Endline - WB Niger WASH Cash transfer - Impact Evaluation Endline Survey Integrated WASH/Cash Transfer Program in Niger (Sahel Adaptive Safety Net Program)

In 2017, SCIH/Swiss TPH was mandated by the World Bank with the implementation of the survey “Baseline Survey for the Impact Evaluation of the Integrated WASH/Cash Transfer program in Niger”, and has now in 2019 been mandated to implent the according endline survey. The national sub-contractor for the implementation of the survey is the Réseau International Schistosomiases Environnement Aménagements et Lutte (RISEAL)-Niger. The objective is to prepare and conduct the endline survey in the period October 2019 – January 2020 to evaluate the impact of a WASH / Cash transfer pilot study and to provide a comprehensive dataset to the World Bank impact evaluation team. The following data are to be collected:  Full survey:

       

    • Household questionnaire. Key variables of interest: diarrheal incidence among <5 years old children, anthropometric status of <5 years old children

    • Anthropometric measurement of children (weight, height, mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC))

    • Water testing: Point of collection and point of use water quality (E. coli, nitrate, free and total chlorine residual)

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  •  Qualitative survey (15 villages) with focus group discussions on perception and experiences with water treatment

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 The total sample of the survey will include approximately 1300 households in 60 villages (10 control group villages, 25 each treatment arm 1 and treatment arm 2) in the departments Dosso, Maradi, Zinder, Tillaberi and Tahoua.

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Helena Greter

Helena Greter, PhD
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeitende/Post-Doc (SHIS 530), Project Officer / Manager

+41 61 284 87 30
helena.greterswisstph.ch

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