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The World Bank's Poverty and Equity Global Practice has started the project of "Listening to Armenia”
(L2Arm) and "Listening to Georgia" (L2Geo) surveys. This initiative aims to understand the evolving landscape of
household welfare within the two countries and has been conducted in multiple countries in the Europe and Central
The operational side of the L2Arm and L2Geo projects is slated to commence in 2023. This will involve a meticulous
face-to-face household survey facilitated by CAPI tablets. After this, chosen participants will engage in monthly
telephonic interviews. A consultancy firm will manage the phone-based interviews, targeting a subset of households
from the primary survey in both countries.
The World Bank Poverty and Equity’s global practice has
announced a call for proposals for “Listening 2 Armenia” and “Listening 2
Georgia” surveys in the South Caucasus region. We are searching for companies
who can conduct the initial baseline surveys followed by the high-frequency
panel surveys in both countries, carry out 4,000 in-person "baseline"
interviews with households in Armenia and Georgia respectively, utilizing
tablets equipped with a Computer Assisted Personal Interview (CAPI) or a Tablet
Assisted Personal Interview (TAPI) system. Before initiating fieldwork, the
selected organization is expected to pilot the questionnaire, ensuring the
precision of data collection. The outcome of this pilot will be shared with
World Bank staff for review and approval. The baseline survey's data collection
should span a duration of ten weeks. World Bank specialists will provide
support in training both supervisors and enumerators.