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News : Good Response to Ongoing NCSI Survey on Services
Dec 4, 2014 -- MUSCAT The household survey of government services being conducted by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI) has been receiving a favourable response from respondents across the Sultanate, according to organisers.
The survey, which started on November 23 will continue through to December 11.
The exercise aims to contact some 1,200 Omanis above 18 years and seek their views and assessment of a number of services being provided by the government like healthcare, education and security.
The survey is part of NCSI’s strategic plans to collect accurate and reliable information.
The data could later be provided to researchers and policy makers.
The data is being collected through phone calls made by NCSI representatives to the target respondents.
"The NCSI call centre is fully equipped to conduct such surveys and it is an effective and efficient way to collect valuable information and feedback from citizens in Sultanate," according to officials.
The representatives are trained to interview the survey participants, review the data and ensure confidential record keeping.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About National Centre for Statistics and Information:
National Centre for Statistics and Information's mission is to produce the official statistics for Sultanate of Oman, which will be used to support the decision and policy makers to formulate and design the adopted national policies and programs.
Published: Friday, December 5, 2014