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Tanzania

In collaboration with Ifakara Health Institute, JHSPH researchers conducted formative research to generate information on the willingness and acceptability to take mobile phone surveys in Tanzania. The team also conducted user-testing and evaluated the feasibility of conducting nation-wide mobile phone surveys and the role of incentives in increasing response rates. Current work involves comparing reliability of different MPS modalities (IVR vs SMS), and reasons for non-response. 

Technical Mission to Ifakara Health Institute in Tanzania

Dr. George Pariyo along with other JHU team members collaborated with the IHI team in Dar es Salaam to deploy SMS surveys as part of the formative phase

TECHNICAL MISSION TO IFAKARA HEALTH INSTITUTE IN TANZANIA
Training for CATI Surveys

Training for CATI Surveys

Farida Hassan, Research Scientist from the Ifakara Health Institute team, testing CATI surveys with a Call Center in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Training Call Center Employees for CATI Surveys

Training Call Center Employees for CATI Surveys
Training Call Center Employees for CATI Training

Training Call Center Employees for CATI Training