JDPC Onitsha Collaboration with the Institute for Development Studies, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus on Research on Access Improvement to basic service delivery through voice for the most marginalized groups in Anambra and Kaduna State, Nigeria.
The objective is to generate and use data from the most marginalized groups [adolescent boys and girls, [13 – 19 years], people with disabilities and rural women [19 and above in hard –to- reach communities]] to amplify their voices in decision making at all levels [Local, State and National].
Key Informant Interview guide was used to generate data from community and religious leaders. The study focused on the key issues hindering government’s responsiveness to the needs of most marginalized groups mentioned above. A total of twenty – one questions with sub – questions were used during the research.
On the Key Informant Interview Guide for State Data Officers and CSOs working on excluded and marginalized groups, the research focused on Demographic Data, State Participation in Mobilizing Development Needs, Data and Policy Planning.
The research findings and recommendations would inform and contribute to Evidence and Collaboration for Inclusive Development [ECID] project strategic plan for more outcomes that improve the wellbeing of marginalized groups – adolescent boys and girls, rural poor women and people with disabilities in Anambra State.