TVET Public Perception Survey 2013 Wave 2 MCA Mongolia

Project Name:

TVET Public Perception Survey 2013 Wave 2

MCA Mongolia

Approx. Value of Contract:



Country: Mongolia

Location within Country: selected soums and districts of Ulaanbaatar city, Bayan-Ulgii, Zavkhan, Khovd, Bayankhongor, Orkhon, Uvurkhangai, Khuvsgul, Darkhan-Uul, Dundgobi, Selenge, Dornod, Khentii aimags

Project Duration: 5 months



Name of Client: Sustainability East Asia LLC, 501 San Business Centre, Prime Minister Amar’s Street-29

8th Khoroo, Sukhbaatar District,  Ulaanbaatar

Total No of person-months of the project: 11
Start Date:

April 2013

Completion Date:

July 2013

Approx. value of the services provided by your firm under the contract:

Name of associated firm(s) if any:

No. of Person-Months provided by your consulting firm/organization or your sub consultants: 9
Name of Senior Staff (Project Director/Co-coordinator, Team Leader) involved and functions performed

Dr. Enkh-Amgalan, CPR Team Leader

·         Provided overall management of the questionnaire testing, field data collection, data entry and analyses

·         Coordinated with key stakeholders

Description of Project:

  • The goal of the public perceptions survey wave 2 was to track changes in public perceptions of the TVET sector in Mongolia and measure the impact or the effectiveness of the TVET Public Awareness Program. The Survey had to collect data from 2500 respondents the same exact numbers in each age group as with the Wave 1 survey conducted in 2010.
  • Sustainability East Asia LLC has contracted CPR for the survey instruments testing and updating, sampling designs, interviewer training, the field data collection, data entry, data cleaning, processing, delivery of a cleaned data set and the preparation of draft reports in both Mongolian and English languages.
Detailed Description of Actual Services provided by your consulting firm/organization:

  • Tested and updated survey questionnaire (provided by MCA Mongolia) and guides for focus group discussions (FGD)
  • Designed the survey implementation plan and agreed with the clients.
  • Compiled and trained survey teams
  • Organized fieldwork data collection by mobilizing 27 field teams each consisting of 3 members. The fieldwork located and interviewed 1500 respondents in the Ulaanbaatar city and 1000 respondents in 11aimagswith exact numbers in each age and sex group as required by the project TORs
  • Organized data checking and data entry by the use of CSPro 5.0. Double entry was used to clean errors and ensure data quality.
  • Organized data processing using SPSS
  • Analyzed the processed data and prepared draft reports in English and Mongolian. The most data are gender and age segregated.
  • The datasets with proper descriptions, labels and coding schemes were formatted and transferred to the client according to set standards.
  • Produced and delivered completed surveys in both hard and soft scanned copies.