Fast Facts - Local Governance Mapping in Myanmar: Sampling Strategy

29 Jul 2014
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The UNDP Local Governance Mapping exercise is a nationwide effort to map the quality of local governance and service delivery in all 14 states and regions of Myanmar. Government actors, committee members, civil society representatives and citizens at community, township and state/region levels are participating in this process, sharing their perceptions and experiences related to local governance and service delivery.
The full mapping methodology is explained in the Fast Facts: Local Governance Mapping in Myanmar. This Fast Facts discusses the sampling strategy in detail, including selection criteria for townships, village tracts and wards, villages or
ward areas, as well as households and respondents.
In addition, this brief also explains the selection of participants for other mapping tools, including Community Dialogues, Township Background Studies, and Township Governance Self-Assessments.

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