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Research report template

Research report template

A research report describes the results of a survey, interviews, focus groups or any other type of qualitative or quantitative research. Even if they aren’t necessarily “researchers”, most international development practitioners will still need to write a basic research report at some point in their career. Either for a baseline or endline survey, needs assessment, or to describe the results of interviews or focus groups with program participants. This template can be used as a starting point for any type of basic research report (qualitative or quantitative).

This research report template is appropriate when:

  • You need to write a report after conducting surveys, interviews, focus groups, or any other type of qualitative or quantitative research.
  • You need to write a report for a simple baseline or endline survey, or needs assessment.

This research report template is NOT appropriate when:

  • You need to write an academic research report.
  • You need to write a report for a very complex or large research project (you could start with this template, but it would need a lot of modifications).

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About Piroska Bisits Bullen

Piroska Bisits Bullen
Piroska has worked on a range of international development programs involving local NGOs, international NGOs, UN agencies and government. She holds a Ph.D. in public health, has published articles in several journals, and was a speaker at TEDx Phnom Penh. Piroska is passionate about using scientific evidence and creativity to design programs that work.
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