CCRP Regional Research Methods Workshop

Monday, February 13, 2017 to Friday, February 17, 2017

Maanzoni Lodge, Lukenya, near Nairobi, Kenya

Aims of the workshop
The overall aim is to support projects and grantees to improve the quality and coherence of research through deeper reflection and peer-to peer learning, leading to more insightful data analysis and innovative design of research questions, data collection and handling. FOR MORE ON WORKSHOP AIMS AND APPROACH PLEASE VIEW THE RMS WORKSHOPS LOGISTICS PDF.

The workshop is open to members of CCRP project teams working in Eastern or Southern Africa.  There is no fixed number of places per project. Instead, individuals should apply (see below) for places at the workshop. The organizers will then allocate places based on the applications, the need to balance the workshop members in various ways – for example, having a mix of more and less experienced participants – and CCRP priorities as well as on the overall budget. We expect project teams to collectively discuss who they would like to come, and to help individuals make a convincing case in their applications.

Apply by completing an application form and sending it by email to Linnet Gohole (Eastern Africa Regional Representative, email: by Saturday 14th January 2017. Successful applicants will be informed by 21st January 2017 and will then be sent information about preparing for the workshop.

Logistics and finance
The workshop is full time from Monday 13 to Friday 17 February 2017. Participants will need to arrive at the venue by the evening of Sunday 12 February and depart on Saturday 18 February but may also be free to depart after 1800 on Friday 17 February. Participants should only come if you can attend full time and concentrate fully on the workshop during the week.

CCRP will cover the following costs:

  • Air fares (from main international airport)
  • Transfers from JKIA (Nairobi) airport to and from the venue.
  • Food and accommodation at the venue.
  • Incidentals (USD30 per day).

Any other costs will be the responsibility of the participant's project or institution.

Participants will need to bring a laptop computer to work on.