Second Research App Deployed for IFPRI

The second survey application developed by Ballast Lane Applications for the International Food Productivity Research Institute has been deployed to the field.

The app is in use by a team of 40 researchers who are gathering data on social attitudes in support of a Duke University entitled “Iodine Deficiency and Gender Attitudes in Tanzania.”

The technical challenges include dealing with large sample sizes collected offline in a rugged environment.

You can read more about the study here: https://globalhealth.duke.edu/projects/iodine-deficiency-and-gender-attitudes-tanzania

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