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Impact Assessment on Cotton Farming

Outline India was commissioned to undertake a study aiming to compare outcomes across organic cotton farmers, better cotton farmers, and conventional cotton farmers in Madhya Pradesh.

This study aims to provide insights into the potential effects of voluntary certification cotton production on farmers well being. To achieve this goal, different aspects of education, health, and socioeconomic outcomes were measured.


Outline India was responsible to design and implement a study with a sample of 4,500 households. In addition, we conducted quantitative research with in-depth qualitative research to examine perceptions among cotton farmers.

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Needs assessment study for Sesame Workshop India’s ‘Play.Learn.Connect’ educational initiative for children on the move

Outline India aimed to understand the current knowledge, attitudes, practice, and challenges of learning among temporary migrant parents for their children aged between 3 and 8 years.

Outline India partnered with Sesame Workshop India Trust to conduct a study in New Delhi that aims to address the critical needs of children of temporary migrant families between the age of 3-8 years. The intervention seeks to support the holistic, socio-emotional development of these children by empowering the parents/caregivers to meaningfully engage in playful learning experiences with them.


For this purpose, Outline India is undertaking a mixed-method study to identify the on-ground realities and educational gaps of the target group and layout the barriers, challenges, and cultural context.

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Assessment of Lifebox Foundation's work

Outline India was commissioned to assess the effectiveness of the training provided by Lifebox Foundation medical facilities, understand the hospital’s use and implementation of oximeters, and culture of safety among practitioners

Data collection was undertaken in 4 states in India, i.e. Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, and Assam. Both public and private hospitals in rural and urban areas were selected. For the evaluation of the program, a qualitative approach was adopted. In-depth interviews were conducted with key stakeholders and have been analyzed thematically and fed into a content analysis framework, using the OECD DAC criteria - ‘Relevance - Effectiveness - Efficiency - Impact - Sustainability’.

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