Conducting surveys for water supply and sanitation in Indonesia

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Surveys can vary in cost and complexity depending upon the sample size, number of questions and degree of accuracy. But sometimes, even after huge expenditures, the results can be misleading or just plain wrong. Simple surveys to determine willingness to pay or consumer preferences can be accomplished by the local government for minimal expense and still provide useful data. Follow these links to plan and implement your survey. This case study documents a Willingness To Pay survey that was conducted in Indonesia. It outlines the following steps:

Step 1: Questionaire design.

Step 2: Survey field operations.

Step 3: Enumerators training and organization.

Step 4: Sampling.

Step 5. Data Entry and Data Cleaning, and

Step 6: Data Analysis

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