SUPA71 QUALITATIVE RESEARCHER TRAINING IN 2021 FOR UCSF’S GLOBAL HEALTH GROUP’S MALARIA ELIMINATION INITIATIVE

SUPA71 provided qualitative training for the Royal Thai Army (RTA) research team to implement data collection at the military stations in Sisaket province of Thailand. The training was organized at a hotel in the Muang district of Sisaket province. SUPA71 core team members consisted of our qualitative research managers and professors from various academic institutions,…

ATTAINING LASTING CHANGE FOR BETTER ENFORCEMENT OF LABOR AND CRIMINAL LAW TO ADDRESS CHILD LABOR, FORCED LABOR AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING (ATLAS) PROJECT: A MIDTERM EVALUATION

In 2021, SUPA71 conducted a mid-term evaluation (MTE) for Winrock International (WI)/ Attaining Lasting Change for Better Enforcement of Labor and Criminal Law to Address Child Labour, Forced Labor and Human Trafficking (ATLAS) Project. According to project objectives, this mid-term evaluation (MTE) was designed to assess the project strategy and its success in Thailand. This…

A FORMATIVE BASELINE ASSESSMENT FOR A RAI2E COMBAT TRIAL STUDY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO (UCSF)

At the end of 2020 and early 2021, SUPA71 completed a qualitative baseline study to assess information for the RAI2E COMBAT Trial Study in Thailand for the University of California San Francisco(UCSF). The RAI2E COMBAT Trial Study was recently launched to evaluate the effectiveness and feasibility of a reactive focal mass drug administration (rfMDA) strategy…

Evaluation Study with Civil Society (CSOs) Practitioners and their Target Audiences of the USAID-Counter-Trafficking in Persons (CTiP) Project in Thailand

In 2020, SUPA71 completed another evaluation study for BBC Media Action. BBC Media Action, in partnership with Winrock International (WI), World Vision (WV), and Resonance, has been funded by USAID under the Counter-Trafficking in Persons (USAID Thailand CTiP) project. This is a five-year project (2017-2022) aiming to reduce trafficking in persons (TiP) and to better…