Data Collection and Surveys
JDC aims to foster and produce quality socioeconomic data and analysis to improve development policy and humanitarian response.
Developing a new module for internally displaced people in the national Harmonized Household Living Conditions Survey, increasing the sample size of respondents in camps, building the capacity of national entities and analyzing the data.
Short surveys will provide data to a rapid monitoring system that will enable the Somali NSO, UNHCR and partners to assess the changing needs of IDPs, refugees, returnees and host communities.
A short-term socioeconomic study conducted in 2021 will provide evidence for a medium-term policy response to the Rohingya crisis in Cox’s Bazar.
Several complementary surveys and qualitative interviews of IDPs and communities in Yemen about their welfare, including food security, labor market activity, basic services, and related topics.
Evaluation of data from the 2019-2020 Burundi Socioeconomic survey jointly implemented by UNHCR and the World Bank forms the basis of a socioeconomic profile of refugees in Burundi.
The primary objective is to predict and assess changes in the socioeconomic welfare of Syrian refugees during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, to enhance national policies and assist international aid organizations. A secondary objective is to lay the foundation for further collaboration between UNHCR and World Bank teams in the region.
This series of related projects collects and analyzes primary data on the well-being of Venezuelans Displaced Abroad (VDAs) in separate efforts in Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, and uses a common instrument to collect data on receptivity toward VDAs among the national populations in those countries.
This project aims to study mobile populations in Djibouti, including refugees, migrants, nomads and populations internally displaced populations due to climate change, and the sizeable “floating population” of long-term undocumented residents.
Crisis Observatory and a survey of forced displacement in Eastern DRC (2021 – 2023)
A survey of approximately 6,000 Syrian workers in rural Türkiye will study their demographic and socioeconomic characteristics, migration and employment history and work preferences to inform the current situation and form the baseline of an evaluation of the effect that an agricultural work program has had on labor market outcomes, household expenditure and consumption, social cohesion and integration in host communities.
The JDC will conduct annual survey and research in Honduras to improve data on IDPs, with the aim of producing updated estimates of population stocks, inflows, and outflows, and data on their living conditions and experiences and that of host communities. EGRISS will provide support to align these with the IRIS recommendations.
A study of socioeconomic data of refugees and host communities in Rwanda in 2022.