Digital Jobs and Digital Skills: A Shifting Landscape in Asia and the Pacific
Outline India supported the development of this report together with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and LinkedIn across five countries (Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, and the United States.)
The report focuses on three sectors of growing importance:
➔ Renewable energy
➔ Smart Cities
It draws on LinkedIn data about jobs and skills in Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines, as well as Australia, Singapore, and the United States.
strengthening and building leadership of elected women representatives to become effective leaders
The study titled ‘Assessment of The Hunger Project’s Strategy towards Strengthening and Building Leadership of Elected Women Representatives (EWRs) to become effective leaders that influence development priorities in the local governance in Odisha’ was conducted in September, 2020 - January 2021 by Outline India with due support from The Hunger Project, India. This was an endline assessment carried out to understand the overall impact of the intervention undertaken by The Hunger Project, India to improve the knowledge, capabilities and working environment of the Elected Women Representatives. The change in attitude of different officials towards EWRs was also evaluated to ascertain the impact of the intervention.
This report presents findings from a baseline study that aimed to address the critical needs of children of temporary migrant families between the age of 3-8 years. The report includes an assessment of the current levels of learning and development among these children, engagement patterns of parents/caregivers with their children, as well as their attitudes and perceptions towards responsive parenting.
A Qualitative post-assessment study on the impact of a parenting proGramme in nepal
This report highlights findings from a quantitative pre and post assessment study to understand the impact of child-focused and family-based social programmes focused in India and Nepal that directly or indirectly address children’s needs and rights through a combination of economic support and complementary interventions.
assessment for ‘switching to sustainable auto-rickshaws system’ project
Outline India conducted a baseline analysis to understand the economic viability and environmental sustainability for auto-rickshaw driving as a profession.
The objective of the study was to scale up the intervention of the social enterprise Three Wheels United in Bengaluru and to replicate the same in Chennai. Surveys were conducted with auto-rickshaw drivers to understand their backgrounds, patterns of engagement with their profession and openness to intervention goals.
Evaluation Study At Kumbh Mela, Nashik
Outline India tested a series of innovative interventions with the objective of learning what public awareness strategies work to engage people on the issue of improved sanitation practices around mass gatherings.
Outline India collaborated with WASH United to evaluate the effectiveness of different interventions at the Kumbh Mela - Myth Buster Videos on Sanitation, Swachh Days, Games and Activities and Photo Booth. Outline India conducted In-depth interviews and Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) with the pilgrims to gauge the impact of these interventions in generating awareness on safe sanitation practices. Based on the evaluation, Outline India made pointed recommendations to improve the reach and depth of these communication strategies.
Evaluation study to assess the performance of five above average states sanitation coverage
Outline India collaborated with Water Aid to conduct assessment of five states - Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Manipur which performed above average in water and sanitation domain.
Outline India undertook an assessment of the five states in India which performed above average in the water and sanitation domain, to explore the motivating factors that were instrumental in the success of the sanitation policies across these states.The study vitally supported the client’s advocacy on the national, as well as at the state level, accelerating the implementation of Swachh Bharat Mission interventions.
Rapid Assessment of Inclusive WASH Facilities in School
Outline India undertook a project to assess problems faced by adolescent girls and CWSN (Children with special needs) in the context of WASH facilities in schools across the states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand.
Youth India’s perception on political engagement, internationalism, education and society
The study titled, ‘Youth India’s perception on political engagement, internationalism, education and society’ indulges in debates pertaining to education, employment and entrepreneurship as generated during Focus Group Discussions and interviews conducted among the respondents between the said age-group. The study touches upon discussions on art and culture, tourism, and entrepreneurship, as international agendas that could concern them. e India undertook an assessment of the five states in India which performed above average in the water and sanitation domain, to explore the motivating factors that were instrumental in the success of the sanitation policies across these states. The study vitally supported the client’s advocacy on the national, as well as at the state level, accelerating the implementation of Swachh Bharat Mission interventions.
Evaluation Of An Adolescent Sexual And Reproductive Health Program In Bihar
The pilot of the Sashakt program targets the SRH needs of unmarried and married Mahadalit adolescents (15-19 years old) in six blocks across three districts of Bihar. Note: Program Implementing Agency - Pathfinder International
The evaluation seeks to improve knowledge of and attitudes towards healthy timing and spacing of pregnancy, demand for contraceptive services for both married and unmarried adolescents, improve access to contraceptive and maternal health services among married Mahadalit adolescents, strengthen government capacity to deliver and sustain quality SRH services and behavior change programs for Mahadalit adolescents.
The program will support the government‘s rollout of the Rashtriya Kishor Swasthya Karyakram (RKSK) program by providing technical assistance and program monitoring support to block and district officials.
ASSESSMENT OF LIFEBOX FOUNDATION'S WORK
Outline India was commissioned to assess the effectiveness of the training provided by Lifebox Foundation medical facilities, understand the hospital’s use and implementation of oximeters, and culture of safety among practitioners
Data collection was undertaken in 4 states in India, i.e. Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Assam. Both public and private hospitals in rural and urban areas were selected. For the evaluation of the program, a qualitative approach was adopted. In-depth interviews were conducted with key stakeholders and have been analyzed thematically and fed into a content analysis framework, using the OECD DAC criteria - ‘Relevance - Effectiveness - Efficiency - Impact - Sustainability’.
Impact Assessment on Cotton Farming
Outline India was commissioned to undertake a study aiming to compare outcomes across organic cotton farmers, better cotton farmers, and conventional cotton farmers in Madhya Pradesh.
This study aims to provide insights into the potential effects of voluntary certification cotton production on farmers well being. To achieve this goal, different aspects of education, health, and socioeconomic outcomes were measured.
Outline India was responsible to design and implement a study with a sample of 4,500 households. In addition, we conducted quantitative research with in-depth qualitative research to examine perceptions among cotton farmers.
Needs assessment study for Sesame Workshop India’s ‘Play.Learn.Connect’ educational initiative for children on the move
Outline India aimed to understand the current knowledge, attitudes, practice, and challenges of learning among temporary migrant parents for their children aged between 3 and 8 years.
Outline India partnered with Sesame Workshop India Trust to conduct a study in New Delhi that aims to address the critical needs of children of temporary migrant families between the age of 3-8 years. The intervention seeks to support the holistic, socio-emotional development of these children by empowering the parents/caregivers to meaningfully engage in playful learning experiences with them.
For this purpose, Outline India is undertaking a mixed-method study to identify the on-ground realities and educational gaps of the target group and layout the barriers, challenges, and cultural context.