Our current project:

BNC has a decade of experience in collecting, managing and analyzing data. Below are descriptions of research assignments we completed in the last few years:
Project Name Client Year Province
1 Independent Resettlement Monitoring IRC/RGC 2003 Kandal
2 Integrate Vocational Training and Income Generation Research Project ZOA/NGO 2003 Banteay Meanchey
3 Monitoring Resettlement Implementation Plan of Provincial Power Supply Project EDC/ADB 2003 National wide 8 provinces
4 Resettlement Evaluation of Phnom Penh Water Supply and Drainage Project Part B PP Municipality/ADB 2003 Phnom Penh
5 Chong Khneas Environment Project ADB 2003 Siem Reap
6 Data Management of Feasibility Study of Takeo-PP transmission line APW/ADB 2003 Phnom Penh
7 Survey on Irrigation and Data entry of questionnaire for Cambodia Transmission Line Project APW/ADB 2003 Phnom Penh
8 Implementation of NPRS ILO 2003 Phnom Penh
9 Local Developent Assessment in Cambodia DAI/UNCDF 2003 Phnom Penh, Battambang, Banteay Meanchey
10 Private Cost of Primary Education WB 2004 Cambodia
11 Technology Development in LDC Survey UNIDO 2004 Phnom Penh
12 Study to Assess Effectiveness of NCSC National Training Program Prof. Mark Turner 2004 Takeo, Pursat and Kompong Chhnang
13 Job search COSECAM 2004 Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Battambang, Poipet, Kompong Cham
14 Market Assessment of Video-Conference COM/WB 2004 Phnom Penh
15 School Visit to Monitor scholarship program (JFPR) WB 2004 10 Provinces
16 Local Planning Process Assessment GTZ 2004 Kompong Thom, Kampot
17 Household Survey for Siem Reap Master Plan JICA 2005 Siem Reap
18 Silk Study CAS/AF 2005 Kompong Cham, Kampot, Kandal
19 Socio-Economic Survey and Land Survey of transmission line Takeo-Kampot APW/ADB 2005 Kampot, Sihanouk ville
20 Cambodia Public Expenditure Tracking Survey for the Health Sector (Health PETS) WB 2005 Cambodia
21 Data entry of scholarship applicant WB 2005 Cambodia
22 Data management of Cambodia Road Improvement Project ADB 2005 Phnom Penh
23 School Based Monitoring of Scholarship Applicants Data Collection CESSP/WB 2006 Cambodia
24 School Baseline Assessment CESSP/WB 2006 Cambodia
25 School Based Monitoring of Scholarship Applicants Data Entry WB 2006 Phnom Penh
26 Scholarship Household Data Collection CESSP/WB 2006 Cambodia, Phnom Penh and Five Provinces
27 Data Entry of Applicants' Household Survey and Tracking Applicants WB 2006 Phnom Penh
28 Conducting replacement cost study of assets (land, structures, trees and crops) RGC 2006 Kandal
29 Evaluation on Capability Building in Cambodia ADB 2007 Phnom Penh
30 Helmet Survey HI/NGO 2007 Phnom Penh, Battambang, Kandal
31 School Visit (Second year) CESSP/WB 2007 National wide 19 Provinces
32 Independent Monitoring of Resettlement of Transmission line ADB/WB funded Project RU/MOEF 2007 Phnom Penh, Takeo, Kandal
33 Project Evaluation of Community Need Accessibility Project(CNAP READA (NGO) 2007 Siem Reap
34 Baseline survey of Early Child Development of FTI World Bank 2008 Takeo, Kampot, Battambang, Battey Meanchey
35 Data collection of mid-term evaluation of school assessment CESSP 2008 National wide
36 Second Baseline Survey of Early Child Development of FTI World Bank 2009 Kompong Thom, Kompong Cham, Prey Veng
37 TA for Primary Scholarship Data Processing and Analysis for the MoEYS ESSSUAP(FTI) 2009 Phnom Penh
38 Public Awareness Survey of settlement area JICA study team 2009 Sihanoukville
39 Follow up household Survey of Impact Evaluation of Scholarship Program of CESSP World Bank 2010 Cambodia Phnom Penh and five provinces
40 Data Collection of Monitoring of ECD World Bank 2010 Takeo, Kampot, Battambang, Battey Meanchey
41 Data collection of final School Assessment of Secondary School in Cambodia CESSP/WB 2010 Cambodia
42 School Grant Study (ESSSUAP) ESSSUAP/WB 2011-12 16 Provinces of Cambodia
43 Data Collection of follow up ECD Impact Evaluation WB 2011 7 Provinces of Cambodia
44 Data Collection of baseline Primary Scholarship Impact Evaluation WB 2011 3 Provinces of Cambodia: Modulkiri, Rattanakiri, and Preah Vihear
45 Surveys to Measure Health Market in Rural Cambodia HSSP2/WB 2011-12 8 Provinces of Cambodia
46 Surveys to Measure Quality Health Care in Rural Cambodia HSSP2/WB 2012 8 Provinces of Cambodia

On project level:
  • CESSP evaluation: BNC has conducted an impact evaluation study of the CESSP scholarship program of the World Bank, which aimed at getting girls into school. For this assignment, we have conducted school monitoring surveys, a school baseline assessment, several household surveys and a scholarship applicant assessment (PPVT, math test and self assessment).
  • ECD baseline study: In 2008 and early 2009, BNC collected baseline data for Impact Evaluation of the Early Child Development program in Cambodia. About 5600 rural households, most of them depending on agriculture, divided among many provinces have been interviewed and their children from 36 months to 59 months have conducted a Child Development Test (TVIP, WJ, ASQ). In 2010, a follow-up study for this has been conducted by BNC.
On policy level:
  • Public Expenditure Tracking Survey: In 2005-2006, BNC conducted an extensive Public Expenditure Tracking Survey for the Cambodian health sector. The objective of this survey was to determine the main issues regarding public finance and to assess the scale of funds reaching the referral hospitals and public health centers. Both qualitative and quantitative data was collected and a national survey was implemented in 17 provinces throughout Cambodia. Interviews were conducted with director and staff of provincial health departments, operational districts and health facilities. This survey was funded by the World Bank. The final results were presented to provincial and national stakeholders in the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Economy and Finance and contributed to the formulation of the new HSSP (2008 2015).
  • IDPOOR evaluation: BNC conducted a rigorous evaluation of the IDPOOR program for the World Bank. This program was aimed at developing a general protocol for identifying the poor. In order to evaluate this program, BNC interviewed Village Representative Groups, village leaders and households in 300 villages throughout various provinces of Cambodia.
Regarding study support:
  • Data entry for the ministry: BNC has provided data-entry services for the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport. We have entered all scholarship application of JFPR in 2004-05 into a database to conduct an impact evaluation.
  • Data entry CESSP: We have entered the data of all CESSP scholarship applicants in school year of 2005-2006 for a World Bank impact evaluation of the CESSP scholarship program.


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