Edward Chibwili is a research fellow at the Institute of Economic and Social Research (INESOR), a research wing of the University of Zambia.
Mr Edward Chibwili is a Population, Development and Health specialist with extensive knowledge in both quantitative and qualitative research methods. He has extensive experience in survey analysis, and data management including Project Management, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation. He also has extensive experience in the analysis and interpretation of qualitative data using NVIVO, ATLAS.ti or similar packages. He has significant experience in facilitating focus group discussions (FGDs) and key informant interviews (KIIs). He recently completed undertaking a baseline study for the Basic for Girls Project: The effectiveness of the school-based education on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Magoye, Zambia funded by World Vision. His other recent assignments also include a baseline study for the Her Future, Her Choice (HFHC) project: Assessing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights behaviours and knowledge in Central and Southern Provinces funded by Oxfam; a baseline Study for strengthening civil society to End Child and Early Forced Marriages (CEFM) in Luapula Province funded by Plan International; and End of Project Evaluation for the Maternal, New-born, and Child Health Every Last One Campaign (MNCH – ELO) Project in Central and Eastern regions of Zambia funded by World Vision. He has co-authored over 40 research reports and over 10 peer-reviewed publications that attest to his research design, data analysis and report writing experience