I was recently in Odisha to carry out a qualitative survey using the SQUEAC (Semi-Quantitative Evaluation of Access and Coverage) method.  In reality, SQUEAC is not a survey method but an investigation method: no questionnaire, no quantitative data to collect, no set out measures to take. But there is no challenge that DCOR will decline and after a few days of hard work, they became skilled investigators and carried out hundreds of discussions with the field stakeholders and expertly gather all the relevant information we were looking for.I was impressed by the quality of their work: even Sherlock Holmes could have not done better! Bravo to the entire DCOR team for carrying out the task professionally, tirelessly and with determined dedication.

Lio Fieschi, Consultant, Valid International; Feb, 2019

“Congratulations on completing the work and accomplishing such a tremendous task on time. Many thanks indeed to all the team for your hard work.”

Nick Nisbett, Institute of Development Studies (IDS), University of Sussex

“I add my words of thanks to those of my colleague Alka. I also would like to express my appreciation for your good work. We informed WHO, Packard Foundation, CEDPA and other collaborators how pleased we were with your work. My appreciation and thanks to your team. I look forward to working with you all in supplementary data collection for the Tarunya project evaluation, and in other collaborative projects in the future.”

CHANDRA-MOULI, Venkatraman, WHO, Geneva

“A huge congratulations on completing the baseline survey!  We are very pleased and happy. Thank you all for putting in such tremendous work and open to our ideas and suggestions.  We really do appreciate this.”

Dr. Suneetha Kadiyala, Associate Professor in Nutrition-Sensitive Development; London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

“The team carried-out the assignment to our satisfaction and demonstrated sound knowledge, professionalism and understanding of public health issues, private healthcare sector and research skills.”

Dr. Sanjeev Singh Gaikwad, Country Representative, Abt Associates India Pvt. Ltd.

“We are impressed with the work and the support that DCOR has provided to this project. DCOR has many strengths and they are truly dedicated to this project. They follow research ethics and show respect to the participants taking part in the study. They also treat everyone on the DCOR staff with respect – there is a sense of camaraderie and therefore overall team dedication to this project. Their quality checks are noted. It’s a pleasure to work with them and I am confident that they can execute this project and future projects.”

Dr. Rajiv N. Rimal, Professor & Chair, Department of Prevention & Community Health, George Washington University, Washington, DC