Socioeconomic study of 200 households in the 4 areas of Bagré Pole (developed area, concentration area, out of concentration area, downstream area)
This study was performed as part of the project entitled “Managing Bagré for equity and the environment“, coordinated by CIRAD and funded by the CGIAR Water Land and Ecosystems programme. CIRAD asked the IFSRA association in Burkina Faso to participate in the preparation and implementation of the complementary surveys focusing on the households’ socioeconomic vulnerability in and around the concentration area of Bagré Pole.
Study objectives and expected results
The main objective of this study was to perform a socioeconomic survey on 200 households, in the 4 areas of Bagré Pole (developed area, concentration area, out of concentration area, downstream area).
- Contribute to the questionnaire design
- Sample the 200 households by cartographic analysis
- Perform the survey with the 200 sampled households in each type of area (developed area, concentration area, out of concentration area, downstream area)
- Build the input mask for the questionnaire with CSPro
- Enter and check the data
- Export the database using the formats chosen by CIRAD
In order to meet its objectives, the study was implemented in three phases:
- Sampling of the households to survey and finalisation of the tools
- Implementation of the survey
- Export of the database using the formats required by CIRAD
The methodology was tested on 200 households in and around the concentration area of Bagré Pole in Burkina Faso.
Partner institutions and study team
This specific study is a multidisciplinary effort between a public institution based in Paris and a research institution based in Burkina Faso. The study team was composed of the following institutions’ teams:
- CIRAD, International Cooperation Centre in Agronomic Research for Development, Industrial and Commercial Public Establishment (EPIC) in Paris, France, represented by William’s Daré, Françoise Gérard and Abdoulaye Tapsoba (PhD Student), researchers of the GREEN UPR
- IFSRA, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, represented by Dr. Peter Hochet