High quality research is a vital element in improving aid effectiveness. Robust investigation and analysis of what works in development and why, provides the evidence base for more effective aid. Effective communication of research is vital to driving change in how aid is managed and delivered.
Aurecon is committed to strengthening the quality of research and analysis that underpins the aid programme. We believe both qualitative and quantitative research have their place in providing a robust evidence base for aid.
Core competencies in capacity development
Provision of specialist advice on research, programme design, methodology, and research management
Effective communication of research results
Analysis of the impact of research on development policy making
Delivery of robust quantitative and qualitative research in single and multi-country settings
Specialist methodological teams, including the Ipsos International Research Methods Centre, operating globally to support country teams with study design, data collection and delivery
Training and capacity building support in research methods, design, management and analysis
Perception and awareness survey research, analysis and reporting
For more details on our practical experience in this area, please download the brochure on the right.