Three Focus groups. Conducted in September 2019 on behalf of a team of Harvard and Emory University Political Scientists studying vigilante justice in Haiti. Specifically, one focus groups with seven male participants 27 to 46 years of age from Site Soley, Martissant, and Belaire;
Transcripts of two focus groups on trees and tree products conducted in the rural Grand Anse in early 2018. The research was part of a study commissioned by the Swiss NGO, HEKS-EPER. These particular focus groups concern the total use of trees, specifically the fruit, charcoal and lumber value chains.
Two English focus group translations, one with owners from La Ferme (January, 30, 2018) and another with brase (wholesale intermediaries) from Daye (February 01, 2018), Grand Anse. The research was part of a study commissioned by the Swiss NGO, HEKS-EPER.
Transcripts for two focus groups conducted in Abriko, Grand Anse, one with male fisherman and the other with female fish merchants. The focus groups took place on January, 30, 2018.
16 focus groups translated to English and organized by topic. All were conducted between September 2016 and September 2017 as part of an evaluation of a WFP/MENFP local procurement school feeding program in Nippes.
January 2016, commissioned by United National OCHA camp cluster interested in the impact of rental subsidies and different assistance packages for people moved from the camps and back into residential housing. The focus groups were conducted with the Staff of programs implemented by Goal, Helpage, Concern, IOM, and Care.
Three focus groups with mango producers, conducted in the Spring of 2015 in the three communes (counties) of Ennery, La Chapelle, and Seau D’Eau. The focus groups were part of a larger Evaluation of the Haiti Hope Mango Project (Haiti) funded by IDB, USAID, Coca Cola, and the Soros Foundation with the implementing partner TechnoServe.
6 of 12 focus groups fully transcribed and translated. January 2015. Included members from each of 12 cooperatives--seven in the Department of the North and five in the Grand Anse. The 12 focus groups were conducted by three discussion leaders, two women and one man. Focus groups included 8 to 15 members of the respective cooperatives.