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== Purpose==
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Back checks are done to monitor the quality of the field work. This gives us valuable information on whether the questionnaire accurately captures the key outcomes of the study or not, and on whether the enumerators are explaining the questions as intended.
  
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==Best Practices during back checks ==
  
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Here are some of the best practices that should be done while performing back checks:
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*Around 10% of the total survey should be back checked for with 20% of the back checks done in the first 2 weeks of field work.
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*Every team and every surveyor must be back checked.
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* The back check sample must include proportional number of missing and replacement respondents.
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*Households must be selected at random for back checks.
  
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Revision as of 19:38, 26 January 2017

Back checks of a survey ...

Read First

  • include here key points you want to make sure all readers understand


Purpose

Back checks are done to monitor the quality of the field work. This gives us valuable information on whether the questionnaire accurately captures the key outcomes of the study or not, and on whether the enumerators are explaining the questions as intended.

Best Practices during back checks

Here are some of the best practices that should be done while performing back checks:

  • Around 10% of the total survey should be back checked for with 20% of the back checks done in the first 2 weeks of field work.
  • Every team and every surveyor must be back checked.
  • The back check sample must include proportional number of missing and replacement respondents.
  • Households must be selected at random for back checks.

How to Select Back Check Questions

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