Focus Group Discussions



Focus Group: a common type of group discussion, in which a moderator encourages a small group of people (usually 8 to 10), to gradually focus on a topic (Source: Glossary of Research Methods).

MajiData focus group discussions
: The main objective of organising and holding group discussions was to capture and document data that provides a rich impression about the target mapping area as a whole. Therefore, the choice of participants was critical, the criteria being the need to draw representatives from every part of the area. This assemblage of participants as a unit of discussion makes the output representative and realistic of the area as a whole.