Knowledge through research and training
For eight years, we have provided training and consultancy services to the smallest and biggest organisations across the world.
Why organisations use us across the world
We have experience in mixed (quantitative and qualitative) research methodologies.
We have quality assurance systems in the research process to guarantee high-quality data and analytical outputs.
We have expertise and experience in monitoring and evaluation of programmes in sub-Saharan Africa.
We have a pool of trained data collectors with tertiary qualification.
We use in-house and external experts with African experience to bring relevant training to researchers, professionals and other practitioners in medicine, research, monitoring and evaluation, programme science and statistical analysis. As a result, CESAR is increasingly recognised as a foremost provider of specialised research and statistics short courses in the continent.
CESAR supports organisations with all levels of technical staff for different projects in diverse countries. The research technical staff we hire out vary from research assistants (fieldworkers and data capturers) to senior research consultants with postgraduate qualifications and many years of relevant experience.
CESAR provides consultancy services in all aspects of research from inception to completion. These include research designs, questionnaire validation, data collection, data capture, data analysis and report writing. We have expertise in research surveys, programme science and use of experimental and quasi-experimental techniques for impact evaluation.
We use in-house and external experts with African experience to bring relevant training to researchers, professionals and other practitioners in medicine, research, monitoring and evaluation, programme science and statistical analysis.
Some Delighted Clients
Through our training, consultancy and technical support services, we have served many reputable organisations in different parts of the world.
Some Testimonials from Satisfied Clients
“On behalf of the Research Information, Monitoring and Evaluation (RIME) Division of the HWSETA, we would like to express our appreciation to CESAR and the entire team for the excellent efforts in conducting the first NPOs survey in the country. We commend CESAR on a job well done and we have no hesitation in recommending your services to others.”
Health and Welfare Sector Education and Training Authority (HWSETA) on the NPO Research Project
“It has been a pleasure working with you and your team as well and hope there are other opportunities in the future. We are very happy with the final product and can’t thank you enough for all your hard work, insights, and professionalism.”
Robert F Murphy, Director of Evaluation Research, SRI International, USA
“Hello everyone, on behalf of the team I would like to express my sincere thanks to CESAR for the excellent and comprehensive research conducted and delivered to us at our meeting with yourselves on Friday 6th May. I believe the report-back surpassed our expectations and took our production to a different level of understanding altogether. For this we really need to express our gratitude to you all. It was also wonderful meeting such charming and interesting individuals and we fully expect to work together with your team in the future. Kind regards and gratitude from the writing team!”
HOD/Script Department, Word of Mouth Productions
“What an excellent, thorough and very informative piece of work! Thank you so much!”
Emmanuelle Daviaud, Senior Specialist Scientist, South African Medical Research Council on the PHC Staffing Norms Survey
“As with your RP2 report, this is very well conceived and written. I have made the point at quarterly meetings (where HLSP is present) that the standard of your work is high.”
Dr. Rob Stevens, HLSP – Second Reviewer on WHO TB REACH project
Dr. K. Thin – Ministry of Health, Lesotho
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