Focus Group Discussions on the Needs and Expectations of Syrian Children, Young People and Their Families on Access to Education

Focus Group Discussions on the Needs and Expectations

This study aims to determine the needs and expectations of Syrian families in accessing to education, as well as to identify key influencers in the targeted communities who can encourage Syrian families and their children to access current education services. Also, another major purpose of the focus group discussions was to identify the communication channels that are used by Syrian families and young people to distribute messages and share information.

The research involved 17 focus group discussions with the participation of 70 NGO representatives and 53 Syrian teachers.

Mohammed Ibrahim Azhar

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I write to confirm that UDA's partners have been of great assistance in research and assessment related to the Afghan opiate trade, organized criminality, its methods and structures. All work was performed to the highest standard and I look forward to collaborating with them in the future.

Deputy Minister for finance and planning

UNODC Tajikistan

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UDA consulting effectively tailored the training to the participants’ needs taking into account the specifics of their work. Overall, training services were delivered by the company in high quality and timely manner.

In summary, UNODC Programme Office in Tajikistan recommends UDA Consulting to any organization that requires high quality and tailored statistics trainings.

Tajikistan country office
Assessment of the Institutional Fundraising Landscape in Turkey - Oxfam

Assessment of the Institutional Fund-raising Landscape in Turkey

The study is to analyse the existing or emerging sources of development and investment funds to which national civil society organisations in Turkey have access. Such funds may be managed by national or local government institutions, or occasionally by other institutions, such as embassies or foundations. It also incorporates donor perspectives and views, including their forecasts regarding the likely evolution of available funds, and the social and geopolitical trends by which this will be determined.

Severine Jacomy Vité

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UDA demonstrated respectable sensitivity for ethical issues associated with working with children throughout the "Evaluation of the Psychosocial Programme conducted after the Van Earthquake" Project.

Chief of Child Protection Section

Ali Ergin

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UDA Consulting was contracted to carry out EU funded project contributing to the evaluation of the Ongoing Evaluation of IPARD Programme. The project involved literature review on existing rural development policies, on the IPARD Programme and basic information about its beneficiaries, conducting face-to-face interview, field surveys, conducting focus group discussions.

Head of Department of Managing Authority for EU Structural Adjustment