Training and orientation in Ghana

by , February 15, 2011

Category: Inventory, News, Survey

Global Impact Study research lead, Araba Sey, just spent one week in Ghana for a training exercise with STEPRI, the implementation team for our inventory and survey activities in Ghana. In addition to learning about the overall project structure and research design, participants discussed the inventory data collection process, and practiced administering the survey instruments.

Ghana country researchers practicing with survey instruments. Photo courtesy of Araba Sey, 2011.

While there is a fairly significant public access ICT industry in Ghana, there is limited readily available information on the types, location and distribution of public access ICT venues. Project implementation in Ghana will begin in February with inventory data collection to provide context for development of sampling strategies for the venue, user, and nonuser surveys.

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These are project updates made by members of the Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) at the University of Washington Information School. TASCHA is responsible for the implementation for the Global Impact Study.

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