Afrobarometer is currently seeking a National Partner in Algeria to implement the Round  survey with sample size n=1200 in the country in 2019/2020. At Afrobarometer’s discretion, after formal evaluation of the National Partner’s performance in this round, and subject to the availability of funds for additional surveys, this partnership may be renewed for up to two additional rounds (Round 9, estimated implementation 2021-2022, and Round 10, estimated implementation 2023-2024). Successful applicants will enjoy the benefits of partnership with a network that is regarded as a premier provider of public opinion data in Africa. Membership in the Afrobarometer Network offers opportunities for new partnerships with like-minded organizations across the continent, national and international publication of findings and analysis, and training and capacity building opportunities in survey design and implementation, quantitative analysis, communications, and related skills.
All Afrobarometer surveys are implemented strictly according to the protocols outlined in the latest version of the Afrobarometer Survey Manual, which can be found at: http://www.afrobarometer.org/surveys-and-methods. Interested organizations are advised to carefully review the Afrobarometer Survey Manual prior to submitting their bids, as it outlines the full scope of our protocols and practices, and expectations of partner organizations. In particular, this includes protocols regarding:
- sample design
- questionnaire development and translation
- fieldworker recruitment
- fieldworker training and questionnaire pre-testing
- data collection and fieldwork quality control
- data cleaning and management
- analysis and dissemination of results
The deadline for submission of bids is close of business on 28 December 2018.
Bids should be delivered in English by e-mail to:
Daniel Armah-Attoh, Afrobarometer Project Manager, Ghana Center for Democratic Development e-mail: [email protected]
Questions and requests for additional information can also be directed to Daniel Armah-Attoh.