Performance M&E TIPS - Conducting Key Informant Interview-Number 2 - 2011

Tags: Evaluation Development program and activity evaluation Performance Monitoring

This publication discusses the topic of conducting key informant interview. “They are qualitative, in-depth interviews of 15 to 35 people selected or their first-hand knowledge about a topic of interest. The interviews are loosely structured, relying on a list of issues to be discussed.” This document was published by USAID in 2011. It is one of a series of TIPS that provide practical advice and suggestions related to performance monitoring and evaluation.

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