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Uganda

In collaboration with Makerere University School of Public Health, JHSPH researchers conducted formative research to generate information on the willingness and acceptability to take mobile phone surveys in Uganda. 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 (CATI, IVR, SMS) responses with face-to-face administered questionnaires. 

TECHNICAL MISSION TO MAKSPH IN UGANDA

JHU team members visited the Makerere University School of Public Health in Kampala, Uganda to meet with Dr. Elizeus Rutebemberwa and his team

Technical Mission to MakSPH in Uganda
TEAM MEMBERS FROM HOPKINS, IMHDSS AND MAKSPH

TEAM MEMBERS FROM HOPKINS, IMHDSS AND MAKSPH

Dr. George Pariyo and Dr. Dustin Gibson with team members from IMHDSS and Makerere University School of Public Health

TRAINING IMHDSS STAFF

IMHDSS staff was trained to collect house hold survey data for comparisons with mobile phone survey data by JHU team members

Mobile Phone Surveys
Technical Mission to IMHDSS

TECHNICAL MISSION TO IMHDSS

Dr. Dustin Gibson, Ms. Vidhi Maniar and Dr. Madhuram Nagarajan from Hopkins visited the Iganga-Mayuge Health and Demographic Surveillance Site (IMHDSS) with Dr. Elizeus Rutebemberwa and his team members from Makerere University School of Public Health

IGANGA-MAYUGE HEALTH AND DEMOGRAPHIC SURVEILLANCE SITE

Iganga-Mayuge Health and Demographic Surveillance Site (IMHDSS) is run by Makerere University Centre for Health and Population Research (MUCHAP) and supports our data collection activities in Uganda

IGANGA-MAYUGE HEALTH AND DEMOGRAPHIC SURVEILLANCE SITE