Updated Mar 01, 2018

Ipsos  Scientific/Research and Development

http://www.ipsos-na.com/meghann.jones@ipsos.com

About Ipsos

With quantitative and qualitative research conducted in more than 120 countries in the last year, Ipsos’ International Research Team in Washington DC is able to seamlessly coordinate large-scale, multi-country research and evaluation for large number of public and private sector clients, including: the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, the International Committee of the Red Cross, the European Bank for Regional Development, the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund, the World Trade Organization, UNDP, UNICEF, UNOPS, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the MasterCard Foundation, the Coca-Cola Foundation, the British Council, and the United States Agency for International Development.

Ipsos has expertise across a range of international development and public diplomacy program areas including: agriculture, civil society, conflict mitigation, democracy human rights and governance, economic growth and trade, education, finance and economic inclusion, environment and natural resources, human and institutional capacity development, population health and nutrition, gender, international diplomacy and cooperation, and humanitarian and disaster relief. Ipsos routinely conducts quantitative and qualitative general population studies, as well as targeted and elite studies, around the world. Ipsos also has significant capabilities in program evaluation, including the development of evaluation frameworks, logic models, experimental and non-experimental impact studies, program needs assessments, performance monitoring systems, primary and secondary data collection and analysis, and the delivery of analytical reports and strategic recommendations.
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Type
Scientific/Research and Development
Where We Work
Africa
Asia and Pacific
Europe and Eurasia
Latin America / Caribbean
North America
Middle East and North Africa
Focus Areas
Research
Communications and Media
Social and Behavior Change