Запрос на выражение заинтересованности: Qualitative Research In Kyrgyzstan
Background IRI will conduct a round of focus group research in the target cities of Bishkek and Osh, together with the added cities of Balykchy, Naryn, and Jalalabad, building on focus group research conducted under the prior NED project and IRI polling. IRI will use this information to adapt training modules on constituent engagement for political movements, organizations, and leaders, focusing on training them in cultivating this support, maintaining it, and understanding its source (for example, providing critical information on the support bases of incumbent politicians so that they can conduct more focused outreach, or providing target demographics for new movements to adapt fundraising campaigns).
Statement of Work Qualitative Research In Kyrgyzstan Focus Groups in Five Cities Objectives of The Research To determine emerging citizen movements and priorities, as well as to determine effective communication strategies for these movements and how to address them. Methodology The questions above are best addressed by a focus group study. Two sets of five groups, each lasting approximately 90-120 minutes and attended by 8-10 participants, should take place, one in each city (Bishkek, Osh, Balykchy, Naryn, and Jalalabad). The two sets should be spaced approximately 6-8 weeks apart with different participants.
All participants should be: Of voting age Roughly gender balanced Recruited from different neighborhoods in same city Registration papers should not be used for recruitment Include at least two members belonging to minority groups in each session who are fluent in Kyrgyz or Russian. Participants in the same focus group session may not know one another. No participants may have participated in a focus group or in-depth interview study in the past 12 months.