|Start Date/End Date:||25.03.2014 / 15.04.2014|
|Beneficiary:||USAID Community Action Initiative Program (CAIP)|
|Client:||MercyCorps/ Funded by USAID CAIP|
|Project Name:||End-Line survey on Common Interest|
Conduct an Endline Survey with 1050 respondents from municipalities populated with the non-majority community in Kosovo. The main purpose of the project is to conduct an Endline survey for evaluating non-majority community attitudes related to the shared interest with majority community in terms of cooperation and issues related to the quality of life. The objective of the survey is to determine the percentage change in the percentage of the people who believe they share common interests with members of other communities through comparing the results of this endline survey with the established baseline.
|Start Date/End Date:||06.04.2012 / 14.05.2012|
|Beneficiary:||Private Sector in Kosovo|
|Client:||Checchi and Company Consulting Inc.|
|Project Name:||System for Enforcing Agreements and Decisions (SEAD) funded by USAID|
Global Consulting & Development Associates has organized 5 focus groups with: three focus groups were organized with representatives from various businesses (agriculture, trade, construction and IT); one focus group was organized with legal representatives, and one focus group was organized with business lawyers.
|Start Date/End Date:||05.08.2015 / 07.12.2015|
|Beneficiary:||Citizens of Prizren|
|Sectors:||Consulting services - capacity building|
|Client:||NGO EC Ma Ndryshe|
|Project Name:||"Inclusive City - participatory planning for sustainable urban development in Prizren", a project funded by Olof Plame International Centre (supported by the Swedish Government)|
Global Consulting & Development Associates has conducted a research with 500 respondents in the municipality of Prizren on the current situation of Urban Planning in Prizren. For this research, the company has conducted both qualitative researches through the realization of focus group discussions with representative stakeholders and quantitative research through a survey with 500 respondents from different parts of Prizren.