Recently, we’ve been investigating ways we can measure social inclusion in our communities, in an effort to further our mission of promoting inclusion in all languages. After engaging with a team of experts, we’re looking to partner with an organisation that has experience conducting social surveys within African communities. Our aim is to have a longitudinal study, measuring how social inclusion attitudes change over time.
Our pilot project would focus on gender and sexuality views in West Africa, conducting annual surveys across the community for a minimum period of three years. This undertaking would be something that we would hope to replicate over a number of different social inclusion areas across multiple countries.
These insights would help us understand the growth of social inclusion over time and drive our focus areas for kasahorow.