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Civil Society Guides and Survey Resources

This section contains guidebooks to assist in planning effective surveys, actual APRM survey questionnaires and guidebooks to civil society activism and strategies for policy influence.

Guide to survey design for those who are not survey experts.  (by Len Cook)

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A guide to communication and advocacy by the Institute for Democracy in Southern Africa. (by Yvette Geyer)icon View file (446.45 kB)

A study of approaches to citizen demands for improved government service delivery based on 63 case studies. Examines 14 approaches to voice and responsiveness.

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Evaluates how local funds can be managed to promote governance and civil society.  (by Katie Wiseman)

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Based on Indian experience, guides users through the management of citizen report card programmes to monitor government services delivery.  (by Public Affairs Foundation of Bangalore)

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Provides a guide to citizen report card surveys on government service delivery.  (by World Bank)

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Examination of lessons on civil society organisations and their capacity to engage with governments to change policy.

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An in-depth guide to promotion of dialogue mechanisms in democracies with case studies. (by International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance)

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Ghana adapted the APRM Questionnaire differently for use in interviewing expert sources. This document is the interview plan.

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A concise guide to assist in planning effective citizen surveys. (by Thomas F Burgess, University of Leeds)

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Training of the staff who conduct survey interviews is an important part of the process to ensure consistency and reliable data. This is the manual developed for Kenya's APRM survey.

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The Questionnaire and data capture form used in Kenya for expert interviews in the Corporate Governance section of the APRM.

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The data capture/questionnaire format used for expert interviews pertaining to the economic section of the APRM.

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Training of the staff who conduct survey interviews is an important part of the process to ensure consistency and reliable data. This is the manual developed for Kenya's APRM survey.

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Kenya developed a separate questionnaire for use in expert surveys in each of the four thematic sections of the APRM.

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The data capture and survey form used by Kenya to conduct expert interviews in the Corporate Governance section of the APRM.

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A study of techniques used to monitor the effectiveness of advocacy programmes. (by Jennifer Chapman and Amboka Wameyo)

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This is a hands-on guide to starting and managing participatory projects. (by Nikki Slocum)

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An analysis of citizen advocacy in Africa. (by Jane Ocaya Irama)

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South Africa attempted to distill the APRM Questionnaire down to 4 pages but had significant problems with its survey due to problems in the design of this form.

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