Counting heads: case study. DEMAND: ASME Global Development Review, 2013.
Evan Thomas; Kay Mattson.
The objectives of this Case Study were to:
- Compare and contrast the findings from two complementary approaches to field evaluations of a water, sanitation and hygiene program in greater Jakarta.
- Highlight the complementary nature of monitoring instrumentation and traditional survey methods.
- Assess how instrumentation might provide important program feedback not normally available with traditional survey tools.
- Assess the potential impact of sensor acquired data on traditional survey tools.