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Angkor field teams in ILO project.
Project Descriptions
  • Public Health
SKY Micro Health Insurance Impact Evaluation: Baseline and Endline Surveys
Sample Size: 5,392 household (Baseline), 5,390 households (Endline)
Response Rate: 99% (Baseline), 97% (Endline)
Description:
This project is a large-scale longitudinal impact evaluation that includes both baseline and follow up household surveys and covers social and demographic information, household economics, health care, health care expenditures, investment and saving. SKY Micro Health Insurance Impact Evaluation is a large-scale longitudinal impact evaluation that includes both baseline and follow up household surveys and covers social and demographic information, household economics, health care, health care expenditures, investment and saving. The objectives of this evaluation were: to estimate the causal effect of health insurance on households, to understand determinants of take-up of health insurance, to identify potential effects of health insurance on public health facilities, and to contribute to the body of knowledge on health insurance in Cambodia.
Provision of Basic Health Services in Kampong Cham, Siem Reap and Oddar Meanchey: Follow-up and Endline Surveys
Sample Size: 3,025 households (Follow-up), 3,200 households (Endline) 
Response Rate: 98%(Follow-up), 99.4% (Endline)
Description:
The Provision of Basic Health Services (PBHS) programs in Kampong Cham, Siem Reap and Oddar Meanchey are part of the Cambodian-Belgian bilateral cooperation health project. The project supports the delivery of health services in the operational health districts within the three provinces. As part of the monitoring and evaluation activities of the BTC/PBHS project, Domrei designed and conducted an endline survey in 2011. This endline survey was designed to collect data to measure and interpret changes in the project indicators from the 2005 baseline and the 2008 follow-up surveys.
RESPOND Study on the Dynamics of Contraceptive Use and Non-use in Cambodia: Qualitative Survey
Description:
RESPOND Project is a five-year cooperative agreement between EngenderHealth and USAID that aims to increase the use of high quality family planning services. It addresses the unmet needs for the healthy timing, spacing, and limiting of childbearing by improving access to long-acting contraception and permanent methods. In order to contribute to the global evidence base and answer the call for more qualitative research into contraceptive use, RESPOND project implemented this study in Cambodia and two other countries. The study aims to deepen understanding of Cambodian women’s and men’s knowledge of and attitudes towards contraceptive methods.
HSSP End of Project Assessment: Household Survey, Qualitative Survey and Health Facilities Survey
Sample Size: 941 households
Response Rate: 98%
Description:
The main objective of the HSSP1 was to contribute to the improvement of the health status of the population by increasing the accessibility and quality of health services and assisting the Royal Government of Cambodia to implement its Health Sector Strategic Plan and strengthen the sector’s capacity to manage resources efficiently. The objectives of the end of project assessment were: (i) Determine the achievements of the project over the 6 year period from 2003 to the end of 2008, and derive lessons that can be applied to the second Health Sector Support Program; (ii) Establish baseline values for the HSSP2 indicators. 
Media Habits of Women of Reproductive Age: Quantitative Survey
Description:
The promotion campaign on the use of contraceptive methods was designed following the findings and recommendation of the 2004 contraceptive survey conducted by Domrei Research and Consulting for the Ministry of Health and KfW. The objectives of the campaign were to strengthen women’s confidence in modern contraceptive methods, to inform them of the side effects and benefits associated with modern contraceptive methods, to empower them with knowledge about contraceptive methods and dispel misunderstandings about side effects of the modern contraceptive methods - particularly for the IUD In preparation for Phase 2 of the MoH promotion campaign Domrei conducted a second “Media Habits Survey” to determine media and reproductive habits of women of reproductive age (15-45 years) in four border provinces in Cambodia. The specific objectives of the second survey were to collect and analyze data from 268 women of reproductive age to assess specific habits and characteristics of rural women of reproductive age associated with the mass media, and their knowledge, attitudes and perception about contraception
Contraceptive Promotion Campaign Survey
Description:
The promotion campaign on the use of contraceptive methods was designed following the findings and recommendation of the 2004 contraceptive survey conducted by Domrei Research and Consulting for the Ministry of Health and KfW. The campaign was implemented in two phases. The first pilot phase contracted Cambodia Health Education Media Service (CHEMS) to develop and broadcast six television and eight radio spots covering different aspects of long-term contraception. The campaign was launched in 2007 and was broadcasted for three months. This was followed by a second larger campaign. At the end of the broadcasting, Domrei conducted an impact survey to collect and analyze data from 283 women of reproductive age to assess the following: coverage achieved by the campaign, impact of the promotion campaign on knowledge, attitudes and perception about contraception, and habit of women of reproductive age associated with the mass media.
Training Needs Assessment among BCC Practitioners
Description:
In line with the HSSP and in support of NCHP’s mandate, the purpose of the Behavioural Change Communication (BCC) Support Project is to improve the capacity of national, provincial and district health care providers to deliver effective BCC in Cambodia. This programme of technical and financial support will strengthen the quality and quantity of BCC activities in Cambodia by improving the capacity of NCHP as a focal point to train practitioners and to coordinate, advocate for and deliver BCC activities. Planned activities under this programme include support for information sharing, training of BCC specialists, development of guidelines and protocols for IEC/BCC, setting standards and evaluation of BCC activities
Family Planning Survey: Contraception among Married Women of Reproductive Age
Sample Size: 1,236 married women
Response Rate: 90%
Description:
The Ministry of Health set a goal to increase the contraceptive prevalence rate to 30% by 2005. Although there has been an impressive increase in the modern contraceptive prevalence, the unmet need for birth spacing remains high. The Ministry of Health addressed this issue by investigating why there is such a high level of unmet needs and drop-outs. The results from this investigation were used to design strategies to increase prevalence rate in Cambodia. KfW has expressed interest in supporting further promotion of birth spacing methods to increase the contraceptive prevalence rate in Cambodia. With coordination from MoH, they funded a research to (1) identify determinants for use and non-use amongst those who express need for birth spacing, (2) to review product and brand perceptions of contraceptive methods, and (3) to recommend strategies to increase modern contraceptive prevalence. Domrei Research and Consulting conducted the survey. Data were collected from 1,236 married women of reproductive age from 60 villages
Reproductive Health for Youth in Asia: Baseline Survey
Sample Size: 2,098 youth
Response Rate: 98.9%
Description:
The RHIYA programme aimed at improving the sexual and reproductive health status of young people at risk through enabling them to engage in safer sexual and reproductive health behaviour and increasingly utilise youth-friendly services. The programme operates in partnership with three European and 17 local-NGOs that have undertaken seven different but linked projects. The main objective of the baseline survey was to collect and provide relevant and reliable current indicators on youth sexual and reproductive health at the beginning of the project activities.
Health Market and Utilization Surveys: Quality Assurance
Description:
The objective of the assignment is to provide independent supervision and quality assurance of two World Bank surveys being fielded in Cambodia: (1) the Cambodian Medical Worker’s Professional Development Survey and (2) the Health Markets and Utilisation Survey. The activities were: collaborating with the implementing firms, supervision and quality control of survey implementation and data entry.
  • Agriculture
MALIS Project Baseline Survey
Sample Size: 810 households
Response Rate: 98.3%
Description:
With funding from the European Union, UN FAO in Cambodia is implementing a 42-month project called ‘Improving food security and market linkages for smallholders in Oddar Meanchey and Preah Vihear Provinces’ (MALIS) from 2012-2015.

The overall objective of MALIS is improved food security and nutrition of vulnerable smallholder farmers in targeted provinces. The specific objective is improved farming systems, household income and family feeding practices among vulnerable smallholder farmers in the targeted provinces. This is to be achieved by increasing agricultural productivity and diversification; improving access to adequate quality-assured agricultural inputs and technologies; improving the integration of smallholders, including women farmers, in supply chains; promoting disaster risk reduction strategies; and promoting improved food utilisation through better diets and food processing at the household level. Environmental protection and gender equity will be a feature of all planning.
  • Environmental Sciences
Transforming e-waste into job and business opportunities: Baseline Survey
Description:
As part of the inception phase of the e-waste project of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), in close collaboration with the Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training through National Technical Training Institute (NTTI), and as one of the key components of the project, data collection and scoping activities were undertaken for e-waste related businesses in the project pilot areas. Having appropriate data is critical in implementing tailored fit interventions for any development project, and this survey will help to better understand the e-product market and demands for services in order to assist with job creation and employment opportunities. The objectives of the baseline survey were to:
    • Undertake data collection on profile, number of operators and market for e-product repair services and other existing e-waste related business in 5 pilot areas (operators, client/market)
    • Obtain information on initiatives and actors relevant e-business/e-waste related businesses in pilot areas for potential interventions (e.g., support to clusters of operators)
    • Identify and assess issues and provide strategic recommendations for small businesses and for potential entrepreneurs
Assessment of Cookstove Marketability and User Perception in Cambodia
Description:
The ASEAN-US Technical Assistance Program is executing an assessment of cookstove marketability and user perception in Cambodia and Laos. The assessment will examine how the health, economic, and environmental benefits of clean cookstove programs, such as those assisted by GERES, have affected livelihoods and markets in rural and suburban areas. The assessment will analyze how the migration to urban areas in both Cambodia and Laos has affected the market for cookstoves in rural areas, similar to the proliferation of mobile phones to rural areas as a result of the technology migrating from urban areas.
Waste to Energy for the Rice Milling Sector: Baseline Survey and Environmental Assessment
Description:
The overall objective of the WtE for the Rice Milling Sector project is to promote sustainable growth, contribute to economic prosperity and poverty reduction, and to mitigate the effect of climate change by enhancing competitiveness of the rice sector through increased uptake of environmentally responsible waste to energy technologies. Nexus collaborated with Domrei to conduct a baseline study of biomass gasification in the rice milling sector in Cambodia in 2012.
GERES New Lao Stove Impact Evaluation: Preliminary Survey of Household Energy Use
Description:
This small scale study was conducted in preparation for (1) an anticipated impact evaluation concerning the outcomes of an internationally supported stove improvement project in Cambodia, (2) to initiate a small randomized controlled trial (on fuel and stove usage) from a smaller number of participating households, and (3) to prepare the research team for the difficulties that would be encountered in trying to measure fuel and stove use.
Mekong Discovery Trail Media Strategy
Description:
The Mekong Discovery Trail (MDT) project aim to alleviate poverty and promote conservation of Mekong river dolphin and river habitat through sustainable tourism development. The objective of the consultancy is to develop a comprehensive media strategy for the MDT destination. The study included developing and editing media articles and press releases for MDT and preparing media atrategy report.
  • Development
Micro-finance Institution Evaluation Survey
Sample Size: 300 clients (2011), 301 clients (2009)
Description:
The client survey was conducted in order to create client-level information useful for the Vision Fund to monitor its social mission. Domrei was contracted as an independent agency to conduct the household/client survey in 2009 and another survey in 2011.
Personal Advancement and Career Enhancement (PACE) Program: Impact Evaluation
Sample Size: 250 female garment workers
Description:
Personal Advancement, Career Enhancement (P.A.C.E.) is a project that aims to improve the quality of female garment workers’ lives through a workplace education program. In Cambodia, CARE International implemented the project to roughly 250 female garment workers in three Bright Sky factories around Phnom Penh. A baseline study was conducted before the project implementation to document the present state of the female garment workers. After six months a follow up survey was conducted to monitor and measure changes among the beneficiaries and the endline survey was conducted six months after the follow up study.
Bending Bamboo Project: Endline Survey
Description:
Bending Bamboo (BB) is an evidence-based project that engages in high profile research. Research is meant to be participative and empowering. It allows the project staff to think critically about the programme assumptions and gives everyone a voice in programme reorientation. The baseline research involved PLA and two quantitative surveys: the “household” survey and the “education” survey. This report only deals with the two quantitative surveys. This report is divided into two parts. Part 1 reviews the research process and the two datasets and assesses the quality of the data. Part 2 presents preliminary results for the Bending Bamboo baseline
Life Skills Among Youth in Kampot: Baseline and Endline Surveys
Sample Size: 1,258 households (Baseline), 972households (Endline)
Response Rate: 94% (baseline), 96% (Endline)
Description:
The project “Strengthening Life Skills for Positive Youth Health Behaviour” focuses on developing community-based life skills training networks to reach disadvantaged youth and foster positive health behaviour in four countries. The goal of the project is to reduce the threat to the health of disadvantaged youth from HIV/AIDS and substance use. The aim of the survey was to understand the situation among youth on the knowledge, attitude and behavior concerning HIV/AIDS and substance use. This data is used to measure the results of the project interventions during the endline survey, assist in future program development and to ensure the relevant evaluation at the end of the UNESCAP project.
Child Domestic Workers and Children Working in the Entertainment Industry in Urban Cambodia
Sample Size: 9,853 households
Response Rate: 98%
Description:
This research attempts to fill some of the existing knowledge gaps about child work in Cambodia, particularly risk factors related to isolation, as well as exposure to physical, sexual and emotional abuse. This research is intended to strengthen the LICCADHO and Wold Visions Cambodia campaign against the worst form of child labour by providing evidence on which to base advocacy and interventions. Domrei was involved in all stages of the research including developing a detailed research protocol taking into account ethical concerns and the logistical challenges of conducting research with a less visible and at-risk population. Domrei designed the sample (divided into two categories – CDW or Children Domestic Worker and CEI or Children working in Entertainment Industry) and implemented data collection activities. Domrei led the enumeration of 9853 households in 135 clusters to identify those who have a CDW or CEI to be given an in-depth interview. Domrei teams successfully interviewed 605 CDW and 260 CEI. The field team’s response rate was 98%. 
Situation Analysis on Support for Vulnerable Rural Children
Description:
The objective of the situation analysis was to assess the availability and effectiveness of child protection resources in rural communities. The analysis was meant to highlight the experiences and opinions of the children and to document what they consider to be effective responses to abuse. Interviews were conducted with male and female children, peer educators, and community members who work or volunteer with SCA in rural communities.
Orphans and Vulnerable Youth Survey
Sample Size: 829 individuals
Response Rate: 96%
Description:
The Save the Children Australia (SCA) Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) program is based around the pagoda as the focus of local community and traditional support for orphans and the destitute. The program began in 2003 and, at the time of the research, was operating in 17 pagodas in four provinces. The program was very successful in using a local and sustainable mechanism to support children. However, it quickly became apparent that adolescent girl orphans have specific vulnerabilities, that Monks may not be appropriate mentors for girls, and that the presence of teenage girls in pagodas is problematic. SCA therefore contracted Domrei to investigate the potential of Nuns to look after girl OVC.  The research answers three main questions about girl OVC and Buddhist nuns. (1) What are the issues and vulnerabilities of girl OVC? (2) What problems do pagodas face in supporting girl OVC? (3) What is the potential for Nuns to support girl OVC? Domrei designed and conducted a survey among a random sample of 471 OVC, 229 nuns and 112 monks.
Life Opportunities Programme: An External Evaluation
Description:
The Life Opportunities Programme aimed to improve the livelihood of selected villages in Kampong Speu and Takeo. We interviewed 150 households and key informants, LO stakeholders at village, commune and NGO levels to get: (1) their opinions on the LO program’s impact on the health and educational status of the poorest families and children, (2) their assessment of what should be done to sustain or improve this impact and (3) the direct benefits they expect from the LO program and activities, for themselves and their families. The report evaluates the relevance and sustainability of the Commune Council / Village Development Committee approach to providing LO services to the poorest children, mothers and families.
Takmau Homeless Youth Survey
Description:
The Takmau baseline survey answers four basic questions about young people in Takmau Township. (1) How many children (people?) live on the streets in Takmau town? (2) Where do these children (people?) come from? (3) What services do they access, if any? (4) What services do they need, if any? Domrei drew detailed maps of the town and key locations, noted and sought gathering places for homeless people. Based on information gathered during the mapping exercise, Domrei designed a count form and a short interview questionnaire. Data collection took place in 18+ locations in Takmau town. Two teams of data collectors interviewed children and young people on three separate days with a short gap in between each day of data collection. This allowed comparison of the number of families and children found at different times and on different days of the week to compute a more reliable estimate of population size. Capture-recapture method was used to estimate the number of homeless / vulnerable youth
Literature Review on Integrated Mine Action and Development
Description:
The objectives of this short contract were to (1) compile a research document based on a comprehensive literature review on best practices in integrated mine action work, presented as a high quality advocacy document; (2) prepare a longitudinal research protocol to measure the impact of integrated mine action work in comparison with (a) independent de-mining activities and (b) independent community development activities to demonstrate the greater efficacy and sustainability of integrated de-mining activities and mine risk reduction, land tenure, victim assistance, food security and community development interventions. Domrei designed the research protocol, conducted the literature review to identify emerging best (or promising) practices and key lessons to be learned from the integrated mine action approach, conducted the field research to collect case studies to reflect best practices (interviews with beneficiaries, NGO, UN and Government mines action program managers and advisors) and prepared the research report.
  • Gender
Good Men Campaign Impact Evaluation: Baseline and Follow-up Surveys
Sample Size: 1,528 (Baseline), 1,563 households (Follow-up)
Response Rate: 97.8% (Baseline), 97.3% (Follow-up)
Description:
In December 2011, PYD’s Joint Communication Campaign project (JCC) launched the Good Men Campaign, with the long-term goal to contribute to the reduction of violence against women in Cambodia by transforming gender norms. Its specific objectives are to challenge and question gender norms that perpetuate violence against women, promote understanding of different ways of “being a man,” and encourage changes in attitudes and behaviours towards gender equality. The campaign uses a primary prevention approach, seeking to prevent violence before it occurs, and addressing the underlying root causes of violence against women (VAW). The implementation of the campaign uses mass media, social mobilization activities, interpersonal communication, and advocacy/institutional mobilisations, targeting more than 3,500,000 men aged 15 to 49.
Gender-based Violence Prevention and Masculinities Survey
Sample Size: 2,000 male and 500 female
Description:
This project is set to create a pioneering body of knowledge that will contribute to the overall goal of violence prevention in the Asia-Pacific region. This research project will focus on the masculine determinants of Violence Against Women (VAW). The objective is to obtain high-quality data through a cross-sectional quantitative household survey with men to generate evidence based on the prevalence of violence against women as well as knowledge, norms, attitudes, behaviours and practices surrounding it.
ICRW HIV/AIDS and Gender Responsiveness Assessment: A Qualitative Research
Description:
This project is part of a larger study aiming to explore gender equity and the HIV/AIDS response in Cambodia. The findings are intended to support further rounds of planning by the NAA and Technical Working Groups (TWGs) on gender and HIV/AIDS, and to constructively inform the global and local responses that will be mustered at the next round of the National Strategic Plan (NSP3) meetings. Within the broader framework of ICRW’s ongoing research into these overlapping areas, this project also contributes to the comparative study of institutional responses to the AIDS crises in other countries around the world, such as the recent findings on parallel issues in Uganda.
Somroh Somruel and Violence Against Women Survey: A Qualitative Research
Description:
The study aims to improve understanding of the local reconciliation process (somroh somruel) in cases of violence against women. The overall purpose of the study is to conduct participatory research that encourages meaningful reflection on somroh somruel in cases of violence against women with the ultimate aim of developing recommendations to improve existing practices to meet the needs of families in conflict. The study carried out informal in-depth interviews with women, men, conciliators and district, commune, village and police authorities who have directly experienced local reconciliation in cases of violence against women in two provinces in Cambodia.
Gender in Demining
Description:
The purpose of the Community Strengthening and Gender Mainstreaming in Integrated Mine Action (CSGMIMA) Project is to increase the ability of participating landmine/UXO-affected communities in Cambodia to proactively identify and initiate activities that reduce poverty, based on participatory, gender sensitive planning enabling landmine/UXO-affected communities as a whole to resolve landmine/UXO and livelihood issues.  Objective
  • Analyse existing MAG clearance data to test the hypothesis that there are differences in mine clearance rates of mixed-sex and single-sex mine action teams (MATs).
  • Inform a second phase qualitative survey investigating mitigating factors and impacts of mixed and single sex MATs.
Men who have sex with men
Description:
In 2003, CARE International undertook qualitative research into the lives of Men who have sex with Men (MSM) in Cambodia’s border communities. On completion of data collection, CARE contracted Domrei to analyse the data and write the final report from that data. Repeat in-depth interviews with twenty-five men were held in the initial phases of the research, additionally focus groups were held with gatekeepers, including police and motodups. Comprehensive and detailed analysis of the interviews and transcripts of the FGDs was required given the great amount of information collected by the initial researchers. The final report, Through the Eyes of Men, was published by CARE International
  • Education
Evaluation of World Food Programme Pilot of Food vs. Cash Assistance: Baseline, Tracking and Endline
Sample Size: 4,413 households (Baseline), 4,601 households (Endline)
Response Rate: 94.4% (Baseline), 94.5% (Endline)
Description:
The World Bank partnered with the WFP in Cambodia to evaluate a pilot design providing food and cash support to impoverished households, in the context of take-home rations for students at the primary school level. The objective of the study is to evaluate the impact of cash vs. food assistance in WFP school feeding programs on a number of household and individual indicators for health, nutrition, educational ability and socioeconomic status. The longitudinal impact evaluation (tracking the same households across all survey rounds) followed 4,300 households with primary school children enrolled in the WFP school feeding program over the course of one year. The baseline survey of 4,300 households began in March 2011 in the 7 target provinces, followed by a smaller tracking survey of 700 households selected from the baseline sample in March 2012. The follow-up survey was conducted from June to November 2012.
Australian Scholarships in Cambodia Tracer Study and Evaluation: A Qualitative Research
Description:
The project was designed to evaluate the previous 14 years of this continuing program. It comprised a tracer study of 206 alumni plus in-depth interviews with a sample of 33 alumni, as well as interviews with three purposely selected public sector managers. Domrei also designed the interview schedules for in-depth interviews with alumni and public sector managers and conducted these interviews in person (and over the telephone for those residents in Australia). Interviews were transcribed, translated and analysed using the qualitative analysis program Atlas.ti.
  • Justice
Crime Prevention and Community Safety Project  Impact Evaluation: Baseline, Midline and Endline Surveys
Sample Size: 1,234 households (Baseline), 1,559 households (Midline), 1,502 households (Endline)
Response Rate: 97% (baseline), 97% (Midline), 99.2% (Endline)
Description:
The Crime Prevention and Community Safety Project (CPCS) is a special component of the Cambodia Criminal Justice Assistance Project (CCJAP) which targets districts with high rates of crime in six provinces. As part of the Impact Evaluation of the project, Domrei was contracted to conduct a midline household survey to follow up on the data collected during the baseline study, and measure the outcomes and impact of the project.
Community Policing Project Impact Evaluation: Baseline and Endline Surveys
Sample Size: 859 households (Baseline), 809 households (Endline)
Response Rate: 97.3% (Baseline),  98.6% (Endline)
Description:
The Community Policing project is an important activity within the third component of CCJAP that aims to strengthen the strategic, executive and technical capacity of the Cambodia National Police. The impact evaluation is a longitudinal study that will involve multiphase household surveys to measure the impact of the project in the community and the police services. Domrei was contracted to conduct the baseline study in August 2010 and the first follow-up study in August 2011. The studies were designed to document the present satisfaction, perceptions and experiences of the local communities with the Cambodia National Police.
CCJAPIII Stakeholders Survey: A Qualitative Survey
Description:
In consultation with the CCJAP M&E consultant, designed and implemented an innovative survey with 73 stakeholders across CCJAPIII areas of criminal justice support. The final report presents a thorough analysis of the qualitative findings from stakeholder interviews. Interviews were conducted with representatives from prisons, courts and police and end-users of these public institutions. The survey team moved from interviewing high level government representatives, right down to prisoners currently incarcerated
GS-CLJR Indicator and Monitoring Project: Training
Description:
The Counsel for Legal and Judicial Reform (CLJR) have developed an integrated Indicator and Monitoring System (IMS). The next step for the CLJR is to have the IMS comprehensively implemented in and by the implementing agencies.  Following the Mid Term Review, CCJAP and Danida wish to provide technical support and training to implementing agencies and Ministries to strengthen their monitoring and reporting capacity to enable reporting against LJRS objectives.  This requires a monitoring and evaluation specialist to contextually design M & E courses for key counterparts and focal points specifically designed to facilitate regular and consistent reporting to the General Secretariat against the LJRS Action Plan. The proposed project will include developing and implementing training courses on the IMS for the CLJR IMS team and focal points, at the national and sub-national levels.  The desired outcome of the project is to improve the monitoring, analysis and reporting capacity of counterpart agencies and Ministries to the LJRS Action Plan and LJRS and NSDP objectives. 
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