Cross-cutting services

We are dedicated to data collection, processing and analysis for social projects, combining quantitative, qualitative and participatory methods.More specifically, we carry out:

<center>Household surveys</center>

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A practical and flexible tool for collecting up-to-date socio-demographic data and social trends of households. It includes income, expenditure, access to basic social services, consumption parameters and more. The richness of the information collected provides many opportunities for cross-referencing and analysis.

<center>Longitudinal studies and panels</center>

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Studies that provide an understanding of the evolution of social, economic, political, and other phenomena over time. They provide unique perspectives on how different variables evolve and interact over time in a given sample of individuals or units.

<center>Project evaluation and monitoring</center>

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This process contributes to decision making and accountability by collecting, systematizing, and analyzing data to measure the magnitude of a program's impact and identify its significant impact on the target population.

<center>Stakeholder and context mapping</center>

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This process consists of identifying, categorizing, and analyzing a specific research topic in order to obtain a complete picture. It also seeks to provide an unbiased assessment, identify gaps in existing research, and gather substantive evidence that can guide future research directions.

<center>Economic studies</center>

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Quantitative and qualitative studies are conducted to estimate the impact of the implementation of projects on various economic variables (such as the labor market, income and tax revenues, among others) in specific sectors, regions or social groups.

<center>Behavioral studies</center>

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These studies aim to identify the decision-making processes of individuals by exploring behavioral tendencies and factors. They use "nudges," interventions based on psychology and behavioral economics, to subtly and positively influence people's decisions.

Estudios sociodemográficos y Diagnósticos

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Quantitative and qualitative studies with a gender focus are conducted, addressing issues such as gender equality, sexual diversity, gender discrimination, and the construction of gender identities, contributing to a critical analysis of social structures and promoting equity and justice.

<center>Studies on children and adolescents</center>

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Studies on children and adolescents comprehensively address the factors that affect this population from a multidisciplinary perspective. This includes identifying specific challenges, evaluating projects aimed at their well-being, and formulating recommendations to promote their full development.

<center>Sustainability and community development</center>

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This strategic process involves collaborating with identified stakeholders to generate evidence, compile recommendations and consolidate lines of action in projects that promote sustainable development and community participation at the regional level.

Thematic lines that we work on the most


Inclusion in the labor market

Entrepreneurship and MSMEs

Financial inclusion

Gender, Diversity and Inclusion

Early Childhood, Youth and Adolescence


Infrastructure and Urban Development

Health and Social Protection

Sustainability and Community Development

Some of our clients