Data collection

We have an extensive track record in data collection, survey development, and design of data collection plans and protocols

We train local researchers

Data collection is at the very basis of Wolfs Company’s work. We strongly believe in open data and active data sharing. Solid data is at the core of informed decision making, effective strategy development, quantitative research, monitoring and evaluation.

Managing data collection processes

We developed great expertise in managing data collection processes and designing surveys to support sound quantitative analysis. In our field research, we cooperate closely with local networks, supervising and coordinating data collection and linking local and international organizations and universities. We train local researchers to build capacity for structural data collection.

Using innovative methods

We use innovative methodologies to collect data on ecological, economic, social and spatial data indicators. We apply a wide range of techniques, such as field surveys, harvesting social media data, consulting stakeholders through participatory mapping or applying meta-analysis. This results in reliable quantitative data that is ready for further research and analyses.

Data collection posts

MOVE

MOVE – Facilitating Mapping and assessing the state of ecosystems and their services to support regional policy in OVerseas Europe: mobilizing stakeholders and pooling resources Wolfs Company is part of a consortium of 14 research

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How does natural capital contribute to SDGs?

Wolfs Company and Yabi Consultancy have recently been awarded a Microgrant from the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network to explore and monitor the contribution of ecosystem services to the achievement of SDGs in Aruba. This

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BAMGIRE Mali / Guinea

The BAMGIRE project was initiated by Wetlands International to support Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) in the Upper Niger Basin (UNB) and Inner Niger Delta (IND). Both sub-basins of the Niger River and the ecosystems

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