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This file contains the source code for the inventory database (http://database.globalimpactstudy.org/). The web application is written in PHP, using the Symfony framework, with a MySQL database back-end. Accompanying the source code is basic documentation describing the various components of the system. The extent of documentation, however, is intended for individuals with experience deploying these types of environments. Please note also that development of this project has ended. Although most bugs have been addressed, there is the possibility that some remain.

This is the English version of the venue survey consent script that was read aloud to venue survey participants. The consent script was translated into local languages in each country.

This is the English version of the user survey consent script that was read aloud to user survey participants. The consent script was translated into local languages in each country.

This is the English version of the user and venue survey information sheet that was provided to the user and venue survey participants. The information sheet was translated into local languages in each country.

This is the English version of the non-user survey information sheet that was provided to the non-user survey participants. The information sheet was translated into local languages in each country.

This is the English version of the non-user survey consent script that is read aloud to non-user survey participants. The consent script was translated into local languages in each country.

This document provides the localized answer choices included in the user, venue, and non-user surveys. These country-specific aspects of the survey include currency, language, income, and urban/rural definitions.

This document maps out the survey research questions with the corresponding hypotheses and survey question numbers that contribute to answering the research questions. Note: we did not strictly base our data analyses on the hypotheses generated in the early stages of the survey development. Rather, we updated our analysis strategy to account for findings in other parts of the project and new approaches for how to frame impact.

This document summarizes the research questions the surveys set out to answer, as well as which survey(s) will be used to answer each research question.

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