9 Search Results for ✏️ Microbes Sensitive To Ivermectin Urer ❤️ www.Ivermectin-Stromectol.com ❤️ Ivermectin Canine Dosage ☘ Ivermectin Is Used To Treat _____. Helminths Viruses Bacteria Fungi : Where Can I Buy Stromectol Ivermectin

Contact Us »

...Matthew Warshaw Managing Director matthew.warshaw@acsor-surveys.com Tel. 93 (0)-799-32-87-14 Tel. 1-703-388-2450 Assen Blagoev Vice President assen.blagoev@acsor-surveys.com Tel. 93 (0)-70-29-79-86 Tel. 359-888-338-987 Ashraf Salehi Administrative and Field Director ashraf.salehi@acsor-surveys.com Tel. 93 (0) 799-011-274 Ihsan Atai Finance Director ihsan.atai@acsor-surveys.com Tel. 93 (0) 799-620-639 Tel. 93 (0) 75-202-3432...

Asia Foundation Research Conducted by ACSOR Surveys Cited for Various Purposes Worldwide »

...Munich Security Summit as well as in an article in the Washington Post. Dr. Jones also cited the ABC News poll on Afghanistan during an interview with the BBC. ACSOR-Surveys data were also discussed in Foreign Policy magazine, where the data was cited in a discussion of relevant Washington politics, while the LA Times used ACSOR-Surveys data to compare Afghanistan today to Iraq of yesterday. The data has been put to other uses as well. ACSOR-Surve...

ACSOR Data Featured in AAPOR Presentations »

...m D3 Systems, Inc., Langer Research, Georgetown University, the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago, and the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE) used ACSOR data in presentations at the annual conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) in Anaheim, California. Topics included: Afghan Perspectives on Taliban Reconciliation: The Afghan Futures Wave 5 survey shows that pu...

Afghanistan’s Ethnic, Regional Divisions Produce a Dead Heat in its Presidential Race »

KABUL, Afghanistan, May 15, 2014 — Ethnic and regional divisions drove first-round ballot choices in Afghanistan’s presidential election and point now to a dead heat in a runoff between the top two finishers, Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani. Yet large majorities of Afghans also say they can set aside their tribal preferences and accept the ultimate winner – a hopeful sign for the country’s future. A national survey in the Afghan Futures series...

WIN/Gallup International Association Releases 39th Annual End of Year Survey »

...on the WIN/GIA website. Results by country can be found there as well. Optimism has declined sharply since last year: only 30% of respondents in Afghanistan expect 2016 to be better than 2015, down sharply from the 71% who expected 2015 to be better than 2014. Just over twice as many respondents expect the coming year to be one of economic difficulty (47%) as economic prosperity (23%). Although positive feelings have seen an overall decline world...

WIN/Gallup International Association Releases 38th Annual End of Year Survey »

...fghanistan has faced in the past year, the Afghan people continue to be optimistic about the future of the country. The percentage of respondents who believe next year will be better than this year has seen a notable increase: 71% of respondents interviewed for the 2014 Survey feel that 2015 will be better than 2014, up from 49% in the 2013 Survey who felt that 2014 would be better. It is important to remember that the survey was fielded shortly a...

The Asia Foundation Releases 2015 Survey of the Afghan People »

...ta are free and publicly available on The Asia Foundation’s website. In addition, a conversation about the survey’s findings has been occurring on Twitter, marked with #AfghanSurvey. The past year has been a challenging one for Afghanistan, and this is reflected in this year’s findings. 2015 has seen economic decline, heightened Taliban activity, and the emergence of Da’esh (ISIS) following the withdrawal of most U.S. and NATO forces at the end of...

Core Services »

...fforts. With our staff of trained interviewers and qualitative research facilitators, we are ready to conduct nationwide face-to-face surveys, focus groups, and in-depth interviews with a broad range of interest groups. We also monitor television and radio transmissions from our fully equipped media monitoring center. These research techniques are employed to carry out public opinion research, monitoring and evaluation, consumer studies, and audie...

USAID Releases its Largest Impact Evaluation to Date »

...ntly released the final evaluation report from its Measuring Impact of Stabilization Initiatives (MISTI) project in Afghanistan. MISTI is the largest and most complex impact evaluation that the U.S. Government has ever undertaken. Fieldwork was implemented by ACSOR Surveys, a subsidiary of D3 Systems. Since 2012, USAID’s MISTI project conducted biannual surveys to measure and map stabilization trends and assess the impact of stabilization efforts...