1. Dr. Abu S. Shonchoy, Associate Professor, Florida International University, USA; and
2. Dr. Tomoki Fujji, Singapore Management University, Singapore.
Both the quantitative and qualitative research tools will be used in this study for the field survey.
Data will be collected from different sources. A baseline survey before the start of the operation of MRT Line 6 around July 2022 and an endline survey after the start of the operation around February 2023 will be conducted for collecting the data from a total of 2000 Households. Besides data will be scraped from different websites such as Google Maps (GM). Second, we will obtain office and residential property market data such as location and asking rental or sales
Dr. Kazusi Takahasi, Sophia University, Japan
Dr. Abu S, Shonchoy, Florida International University, U.SA.
The project is working to improve the living standards of rural poor agricultural households who are at risk of local survival due to seasonal hunger. To understand how their lives are changing, household data were collected twice a month in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th phases of the HFDC project. Through more frequent data collection, this study seeks to understand more about how the changes in their income affect their consumption patterns. Moreover, this study observes how they deal with poverty during drought and flood seasons, and what steps they take at that time. In January 2022, the
Research Area: Community Development
Funder/Donor/Agency: World Vision Bangladesh
Geographical Location: Bandarban District
Timeline: March 2020 to June 2020 (end-line evaluation report)
Status: Completed (The report is under the first review)
Researchers Invited from MOMODa FOUNDATION:
Dr. Aminur Rahman (Study Team Leader)
Md. Mohsin (Data Administration)
Md. Nazmus Saqib (Data Administration)
Md. Enamul Haque (Study Coordination)
Methods: The report has been prepared with data collected by both qualitative and quantitative surveys. A total of 655 households were surveyed in February 2020 to collect quantitative data and several KKIs were conducted through phone calls due to the COVID-19 pandemic. MOMODa FOUNDATION was given a rough and tough data set by the World Vision Bangladesh (WVB). MOMODa research team has cleaned, prepared, and organized the data set. Then the data was analyzed and the report has been prepared by keeping a close connection with the WVB team. The report is now under an initial review of the WVB