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IPOR conducted Impact assessment study of micro loans to female-run enterprise for Lahore School of Economics (LSE)/ Center for Economic Research and Business (CERB)

Lahore School of Economics and IPOR conducted the second wave of an Impact assessment study of micro loans to female-run enterprise. IPOR already had successfully conducted interactive games and Interviews with beneficiaries of micro loans project for the first wave in year 2015. The micro loans to female-run enterprise project is a Kashf Foundation’s funded project. They offer micro finances to the females for establishing their own small and medium business. The project targeted the districts of Bahawalpur, Gujarat and Sialkot, and collected data  through Computer Assisted Personal Interviews (CAPI) with a special android application which will directly send the [...]

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IPOR and MDF conducted Survey on chilies cultivation practices in Southern Sindh

The scope of the survey under this project was to provide enumerators for field level data collection and research assistance support to the MDF team for an intervention impact assessment in Southern Sindh. Specific support from IPOR  provided in Field data collection, transcription of collected data in prescribed usable format and data entry.  

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IPOR AND SNG signs to map out the potential tax-payers in Punjab

Punjab Revenue Authority (PRA) under Sub-National Governance Program, through Oxford Policy Management Limited has awarded this project to document the detailed information regarding potential taxpayers in selected services’ sectors of five districts of Punjab i.e. Lahore, Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Rawalpindi and Multan. Under this project, data collection will be conducted for potential 25000 small and medium enterprises in 32 services sectors in five districts.

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IPOR conducted Impact evaluation of mass communication and outreach campaign for USIP

The United States Institute of Peace’s (USIP) Pakistan has commissioned an impact evaluation project to IPOR in January, 2016. It’s a two-year mass communication and outreach campaign project to highlight: the efforts of police in providing security to the public the needs for citizens and government to provide better support to the police to build appreciation for the services provided by police. All activities of the project were carried out in two years; the project is comprised of two phases i.e.  Baseline and End line. IPOR  designed a through evaluation [...]

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Majority of the Pakistanis believe that the extremist elements are spreading Shia Sunni differences in Pakistan

According to a survey carried out by Institute for Public Opinion Research (IPOR), “51% of the respondents said Shia Sunni conflicts are promoted by some extremist elements in Pakistan. In a survey of national representative sample of men and women across Pakistan was asked” In your opinion Shia Sunni conflicts in Pakistan are based on real difference or some extremist elements promoting this?” 51% of the overall respondent said “Extremist elements”, while 23% said “Based on real difference” rest of the 26% percentage didn’t answer this question. Further asked [...]

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Majority of Pakistani feel safer after the military operation Zarb-a-Azab

According to a survey carried out by Institute for Public Opinion Research (IPOR), “62% of the respondents feel safer due to military operation Zarb-a-Azb in FATA, to live in Pakistan is for them and their families. In a survey of national representative sample of men and women across Pakistan was asked” After the military operation “Zarb-a-Azab” in FATA to what extant do you feel safe for you and your family to live in Pakistan?” 62% of the overall respondent said “Safe”, while 34% said “Unsafe” [...]

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Majority of Pakistanis favor sending troops for Saudi help.

According to a survey carried out by Institute for Public Opinion Research (IPOR). “47% of the respondents said Pakistan should send its military troops to Saudi Arabia to help in crises of Yemen” A National representative  sample of men and women across Pakistan was asked” Should Pakistan send its military troops to Yemen to help out Saudi Arabia” 47% of the respondent said “Yes”, 29% said “No” rest  of the 24% percentage didn’t answer this question. Most of the support to send the troops [...]

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IPOR Conducts Third Party Validation (TPV) of Polio Eradication Campaign

IPOR successfully implemented a Third Party Validation (TPV) Project of Polio Eradication Campaign from November 10 -14, 2014 run by Government of the Punjab in Lahore.  This evaluation was carried out for Center for Economic Research in Pakistan (CERP). A team of 100 enumerators and 10 Supervisor took part in the project. To make this evaluation a success, a day- long training was held on precise data collection for the project. Experts from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) were [...]

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IPOR Presents Results of the First Baseline Survey to Punjab Government Officials & MPA’s

IPOR presents results of the first baseline survey on 28th October 2014 on the performance and service delivery of different departments of government of Punjab.  The meeting was attended by ministers and secretaries of concerned departments, members of provincial assembly of Punjab and learned academic on the subjects.  IPOR presented the reports based on findings of the surveys of public perception of four sectors namely Education, Health, Agriculture and Irrigation.  Each session was chaired by the relevant ministers of the [...]

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