Methodologies at Dajani Consulting
Computer Aided Personal Interview (CAPI)
A personal one-on-one interview, where the respondent or interviewer uses a tablet/iPad to answer questions.
Computer Aided Telephonic Interview (CATI)
A telephone surveying technique in which the interviewer follows a script provided by a software application. The software is able to customize the flow of the questionnaire based on the answers provided.
Focus Groups Discussions (FGD)
We lead high quality focus groups sessions that are catered to the objective of the study and yields a high success rate.
Key Informant Interviews (KII)
We collect information and opinions from a wide range of individuals—including public officials, community leaders, professionals, or residents—who have firsthand knowledge about specific topics. These official and community experts, with their particular knowledge and understanding, can provide insight on the nature of problems and give recommendations for solutions.