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Flood vulnerability assessment of donstream area in Mono basin in Yoto district, south-eastern Togo


par Abravi Essenam KISSI
University of Lome - Master 2014
  

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3.3.1. Primary Data Collection

Field work plays a very important role in collecting primary data. By applying simple random sampling technique, information were collected through questionnaire-based interviews at household levels and personal observation. The questionnaires are designed based on selected indicators developed under Turner et al (2003) vulnerability framework "Table 2". One question for every indicator under each factor is displayed "Annexe 8".

They were obtained by directly talking to the interviewees at household level so as to get very reliable and accurate information because they were the ones directly affected by the flood disasters and whose livelihood was being disrupted. The households were interviewed from their individual homes.

To ensure the primary data quality, research assistants were recruited and trained on how to administer questionnaires and collect quality data. They were familiar with the study area and fluent in the local language (Ewe) and French. The questionnaires were pre-tested and edited to cover identified gaps. The researcher and the research assistants were together in the field during the data collection period. Additionally, supervision was done continuously and meetings were held with research assistants on a daily basis to address any challenges that were met during the data collection process.

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