• CROP at the 2014 ICPSR Summer Program at the University of Michigan
    24/11/2014
    CROP’s official Ezéchiel A. Djallo won a fellowship and is currently attending the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) Summer Program. The program takes place at the University of Michigan from June 23 to July 18. It covers a wide range of topics as well as quantitative methods in social sciences. This exciting…
  • Afrobiometer round 6 - Togo: Meeting with the key stakeholders
    17/11/2014
    CROP’s research team met with the key stakeholders to help formulate the country specific questions for the Afrobarometer Round 6 in the Togo. The meeting took place on May 31 in Lome at the Eda-Oba hotel, in the Banquet 2 Room. Participants at this meeting included important personalities such as the president of the University of…
  • Transition from higher education to the labor market in Gambia
    18/10/2013
    CROP’s researcher and Administrator Ezéchiel A. Djallo presented preliminary findings of the Gambian Graduates Tracer Study. This study will help the government, on one hand, improve the quality of the training in Higher Education and TVET institutions, and on the other hand, address the issue of skill gap and rampant unemployment. The study showed that…
  • Afrobarometer R5 survey in Togo: Fieldworkers’ training
    30/11/2012
    The fieldworkers’ training for the first Afrobarometer survey in Togo has started on December 7th 2012. Over 30 fieldworkers are receiving in-depth training on the Afrobarometer methodology and procedures. CROP’s director, Dr. Moussa P. Blimpo in his opening remarks highlighted the importance of intellectual integrity in addition to the technical skills needed to implement a…