Under this category, CTC provides analytical services based on knowledge management and information management. This includes Participatory Situation Analysis (PSA), Participatory Rural appraisals (PRA), Rapid Rural Appraisals (RRA), Baselines, Market Studies, Sectoral Reviews & Analysis, Knowledge Attitude and Practices Analysis and District / Regional Profiling, etc.

CTC foresees this as the foundation service for the planning process and has established verified expertise through its past history, including execution of a multitude of surveys, researches, reviews and studies. CTC uses different software to provide clients with context specific outputs in accordance with their needs i.e. Microsoft Excel, SPSS, Csproetc. Besides, the digitally synthesized data is used to analyze the overall situation to provide the clients with the planning directions. Data is evaluated & analyzed in a way that it provides a very clear guideline for future perspective to the client.

Given below is a list of its successfully completed assignments pertaining to its research, diagnostic and knowledge management services.

Name of Client Brief Intro to Assignment Geographical Location
UNESCO-2009 Documentation and Institutional Assessment of PITE Balochistan Quetta
IFRC-2010 Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) Study on Gender, Health and Hygiene Issues. Mansehra
Plan Pakistan- 2011 Data collection and compilation for Girl Power Project, which focused on enhancing the livelihood, education and social status of girls and women in 5 southern Punjab districts Southern Punjab districts
UNDP-2011 Networking and Mapping of Local Peace Organizations. Under this assignment, CTC undertook an initial consultative process leading to criteria development to assess peace building organization. This proved the basis for a survey of 100 organizations in 5 districts of Malakand Division for shortlisting to identify partner organizations for UNDP‟s Peace and Development Programme. 5 districts of Malakand including Swat, Upper Dir, Lower Dir, Shangla and Buner.
JICA PLP-2010 Field Studies on Non Formal Education comprising of the following sub-studies;                                                                            Quality of Non Formal Education of Different NFE Models,  Relationship of NFE with Social Spheres of Life Documentation of Good Practices in NFE in Pakistan     Development of Project Monitoring system on the basis of set of studies 4 districts of Punjab including Multan, vehari, Okara, MandiBahauddin
Plan Pakistan 2010 Field Studies on Non Formal Education comprising of the following sub-studies;                                                                            Quality of Non Formal Education of Different NFE Models,  Relationship of NFE with Social Spheres of Life Documentation of Good Practices in NFE in Pakistan     Development of Project Monitoring system on the basis of set of studies
Danish Red Cross (DRC)- 2012 Baseline Survey on “Psychosocial Well being of war affected Childern of Swat Valley” A baseline survey was undertaken to establish the benchmark information with regard to psychosocial well being of children and families affected by war and flood in selected communities of Swat – 2012 Swat
FBF-ICAP-2012 Project planning and CAP survey                                                                Project evaluation of Felix Baltistan Foundation in Machlu Valley, Facilitated a process of Baseline Survey focusing capacities of local communities. Based on this baseline research, CTC developed a long term (8-year) plan of multi-faceted capacity building plan in 9 sectors for local communities . Machlu, Baltistan
Misereor- 2012 Survey of post earthquake rehabilitation work in AJK                                                                               Organized progress and experience sharing meetings with partner organizations of Misereor for forming a network and future collaboration
HelpAge International- 2013 Impact and post- intervention situation analysis of humanitarian response in flood-affected districts Districts of Pakistan including Jacobabad & Shikarpur (Sindh) and Nowshehra (KPK).
World Vision- 2013 Baseline Survey of Pakistan Pinedabad Education Program (PPEP) – Rawalpindi
STC-MTR & PDM- 2014 Knowledge, Attitude and Practices Survey This assignment aimed to assess the Knowledge, attitude and practices of target community on appropriate and optimal infant and Young Child Feeding, sanitation and hygiene activities in district Shikarpur Shikarpur
Trocire- 2014 Baseline for Trocaire’s Disaster Risk Reduction Programme. The overall objective of the baseline survey was to gather and analyze baseline data in order to determine the baseline values in the PAK13-01 programme result framework, which would serve as a monitoring and evaluation plan for the programme – 2014 Sanghar, Dadu, Badin and Nowshera
Water for Livelihood- 2014 Individual and Organizational Need assessment for the project to facilitate development of its capacity building plans Chitral, Karak, DI Khan
OXFAM- 2014 Analysis and reporting of the needs assessment process for Oxfam GB’s upcoming projects
Care International- 2014 Research Study on food security interventions in District Umerkot targeting landless households; the prime beneficiaries were women Umerkot
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)- 2014 Behavior Survey at Baseline and Follow up of MSM workers in Karachi Karachi
Care International- 2015 Development of case study to learn from Care International in Pakistan (CIP) experience using Cash Transfer Programming (CTP) modalities for WASH interventions as well to inform CIP and external audience with strategies and opportunities to develop and expand the horizon of CTP in WASH in the future emergencies. Sanghar
Oxfam GB- 2015 Research on Gender Dynamics and its impact on nutrition status, cash utilization & decision making at household level in Sindh. Sindh
Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF)- 2015 Collection of Baseline, Midline, and End-line data as well as a Verification Survey to check the accuracy of reporting of a proportion of TTO self-reports. These performances will be filled by the TTO/LSOs every six months during the course of the project and will include reporting on indicators related to governance/inclusion and service delivery. The main aim of the research is to use a Randomized Control Trial (RCT) to test alternative treatments for PPAF and its Partner Organizations to engage effectively with Third-Tier Organizations (TTOs). The duration of this project is from 18th March, 2015 to 17th March, 2017. Punjab, Balochistan, KPK and Sindh

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