Typically, these studies are carried out for funding and donor agencies, multi-lateral agencies, policy makers and NGO's.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE & TYPES OF STUDIES
- Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) Studies
- Baseline Studies
- Impact Assessment Studies
- Diagnostic Studies
- Communication-related Studies
- Studies to Assess Intrinsic Viability & Sustainability of Existing Income Generation Programmes (IGPs) of NGOs
- Studies to Screen and Identify Appropriate & Viable IGPs for NGOs
- Studies to Assess Effectiveness and Sustainability of Self-help Groups,
- Studies to Aid in Selling and Marketing Efforts of NGOs, Small Groups, Rural Artisans,
Markets and Marketing
- Studies to Assess Potential for Products produced by NGOs, Small Groups, Rural Artisans,
- Studies to Identify Appropriate Products Suited to NGOs and Small Groups,
- Studies to Strengthen Existing Sales & Marketing Efforts of NGOs, Micro
Enterprises and Enhance Sustainability
- Comprehensive Market and Industry studies
- Diagnostic Studies to Assess the Likely Emergence of Clusters
- Diagnostic Studies to Assess the Past Performance of Clusters
- Diagnostic Studies to Assess the Health, Vitality and Future Sustainability of Clusters
- Studies to determine Whether or Not Interventions are Required in Clusters, and the Nature of Interventions Required, if any.
Solid Waste Management
- KAP Studies
- Studies to Aid in Developing/Testing Communication Material
- Diagnostic Studies.
- Studies to Assess Problems and Prospects of Spun Silk Industry.
- Studies of Matka Silk Industry.
- Studies to Assess Potential for Chitin, Derivatives and Downstream Products
- Studies to Assess Potential for Pupa Oil and Downstream Products.
- Diagnostic Studies of Silk Reeling and Weaving Industries.
- Studies to Assess
Opportunities for Micro Finance among the Urban Poor
- Studies to design new
Micro Finance products for the Urban Poor
- Diagnostic studies to
understand the contribution of major local economies to the economies of
- Studies to map the
geographical dispersion of major local economies in major cities and gauge
their effectiveness based on resources utilised and the extent of
"pay-back" to the economy of each city