Society for Family Health
Conducted pre and post-intervention surveys on HIV/AIDS in Nigerian Bottling Company’s 17 bottling plants across Nigeria on behalf of Society for Family Health in 2005 & 2006.
Federal Ministry of Health
We were one of the two research agencies that conducted the Behavioural Surveillance Survey on HIV/AIDS among High-Risk Groups in 23 states and Abuja. With a sample of over 31,000 respondents, the study sought to unravel the behavioural tendencies that were fueling the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Nigeria.
In 2005, we conducted for COMPASS Project (a USAID funded NGO) a Baseline Data Collection for Health & Education Intervention in five states: Lagos, Bauchi, Kano, Nasarawa, and Abuja. Sample size: 9,890. We conducted the follow-up surveys in 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Nigerian Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI)/ Johns Hopkins University
Using the MARS Omnibus Survey as a platform, we conduct a twice-yearly tracking survey for NURHI/Johns Hopkins University in 13 states in all the geopolitical zones of Nigeria. With a sample size of over 15,000 and conducted using the computer assisted personal interviewing (CAPI); the study tracks the impact of a behavior change media campaign among women and men of reproductive age in the target states. The study runs from year 2016 to 2020.