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Advisor, Study of Youth in Egypt, conducted by the World Bank.  Dr. Jillson participated in the design of the qualitative research component of this mixed method study and the design of the qualitative analysis.  Together with an Egyptian colleague, she analyzed the data and wrote the initial draft of the report and was involved in revising and finalizing the report, which integrated qualitative and quantitative data. (March 2011-December, 2011)

Advisor, Study of Youth in Morocco, conducted by the World Bank.  Dr. Jillson participated in the design of the qualitative analysis, and together with two other consultants analyzed the qualitative data and prepared the final report, which integrated qualitative and quantitative data. (March-October 2010)

Principal Advisor, Building the Foundation: Peace and Conflict Education in Early Childhood Development Programs, project funded by the U.S. Department of State to Meridian International Center.  Dr. Jillson conceived and has been the primary advisor in this intervention project designed to improve the capacity of Palestinian early childhood development  (ECD) teachers to incorporate age-appropriate peace and conflict resolution curricula into programs operated by NGOs in the West Bank and Gaza.   She has co-designed the curriculum:  six modules, including three which have been pilot-tested in 14 ECD centers with 45 teachers and more than 500 students, and three new modules which will be pilot-tested in the original 14 center and nine additional centers in the fall, 2011.  She has also co-designed the evaluation, and prepared reports based on the findings of the initial pilot test.  (February 2008-March 2012)

Principal Advisor, Surveying Service and Management Quality in Health Facilities in Egypt. (World Bank)  In this multi-year project, triangulated quantitative/qualitative methods are being used to both design and evaluate interventions to improve health services quality and utilization in primary health care facilities in Egypt (09/30/08--6/30/09)

Principal Investigator, HIV-related stigma and its effects on the lives of persons with HIV/AIDS (the HONOR Study).  This study, being conducted in a primary health clinic in Washington DC that includes a large HIV/AIDS program, comprises in-depth interviews with case managers, a semi-structured, self-completed survey of a sample of HIV/AIDS patients, and review of a sample of patient records.  (February 2009-December 2011)

Principal Investigator, Healthcare Needs of Transgender Populations in Washington, DC:  An Exploratory Study (the EARTH Study).  This study, being conducted in a primary health clinic in Washington DC that includes a unique health clinic for transgender individuals, comprises structured review of a sample of medical records of the clients of the transgender clinic, in-depth interviews with a sample of the clients, and in-depth interviews with clinicians serving this population.  (April 2008 – December 2011)

Principal Investigator, Identifying What Works to Improve Agricultural Productivity through Impact Evaluation.  (World Bank) This is a retrospective, triangulated quantitative/qualitative study of three World Bank-funded agricultural projects designed to improve farmer productivity and reduce poverty.  The methodological findings will be used as the basis for application of these triangulated and participatory methods to evaluate Bank projects. (10/01/08—06/30/2009)

Principal Investigator, Integrated Health Services in Yemen. (World Bank)

This project entails collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health and Population in Yemen to design an integrated health systems long-term plan; develop a strategy for donor harmonization for health systems projects; and design a multi-year integrated health services project. (February-

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