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Survey data collection

Survey data collection

The MIGNEX survey is a central component in the MIGNEX project. Covering 12,500 young adults aged 18-39 in 25 research areas across ten countries, it collects comparable data on living standards, livelihoods, health, education, social protection, infrastructure, security, governance (including corruption), the environment, and migration aspirations and experiences. The survey captures migration and development factors at the individual, household and research area levels at the time of the interview. For many themes it also considers changes over time. It is an ambitious undertaking: collecting high-quality and innovative data with a high number of respondents in diverse contexts in a short time period. This MIGNEX Handbook Chapter (MHC) lays out the steps required for achieving our ambitions and provides guidance for team members involved in delivering the survey.

Contents Overview:

  • Introduction
  • Roles and responsibilities of team members
  • Research ethics and research integrity
  • Survey design
  • Preparations for data collection
  • Sampling strategy
  • Sampling clusters
  • Sampling households
  • Sampling respondents
  • Implementation of data collection
  • Data processing and reporting 
  • References
  • Annex 1. Survey instrument
  • Annex 2. Terms of reference for MIGNEX survey
  • Annex 3. Information sheet for respondents

 

Link:

MIGNEX Handbook Chapter 7 - Survey data collection

Source/Editor:

MIGNEX

Author(s):

Jessica Hagen-Zanker Gemma Hennessey Jørgen Carling Rashid Memon

Date of Publication:

Status:

Free

Country:

Global

Language:

English