Why El Zanaty

The firm has long experience in conducting KAP Surveys at the national level. The KAP surveys conducted by the firm were in different areas; health, environment, and water resources and agriculture. Among these surveys was the Baseline KAP of Egyptian Farmers towards Water Resources in 1998. Recently the firm gained intensive experience in quality of care managements through conducting the national services provision assessment survey.
The firm has also gained an experience in conducting qualitative studies. The qualitative methods that were used by the firm include; in-depth interviews, focus group discussions, participatory rapid appraisal (PRA) technique and participant observation. In addition, in many of the quantitative studies conducted by El-Zanaty & Associates , qualitative methods were included to complement and support the quantitative data.

Contact info
  • Address: El-Zanaty& Assocites 176 Sameh Gado St, El-Siahia El-Sadsa - 6th October, Giza,12582 - Egypt
  • Phone: 002-0238241464
  •              002-0238241246
  • Fax:      002-0238241463
  • Email: elzanaty@elzanaty.comfelzanaty@elzanaty.com

  • June 2013

Egypt demographic and health surveys 2014 , MINISTRY OF HEALTH

  • May – August 2012

Tunisia Socio-Economic Assessment of Urban Areas, World Bank in collaboration with the government of Tunisia and the École Superieure des Sciences Économiques et Commercials (ÉSSÉC).


  • March 2012

Macroeconomic Shock Insurance Product, World Bank.

  • 2012

Project on the Promotion of School Health Services in Upper Egypt (end line survey), JICA.


  • December 2011 – January 2012

Macroeconomic Shock Insurance Product, World Bank.

  • December 2011 and January 2012

Survey on Childhood Poverty in Unsafe and Unplanned areas in Egypt carried out for UNICEF, The Egyptian Center for Economic Studies (ECES) and Fund for Development of Slums.


  • December 2011 and January 2012

Evaluation on Governance survey in six basic services sectors in Fayoum governorate, carried out for The Information and Decision Support Center (IDSC), Social Contract Center (SCC), Local Administration Reform Unit and Ministry of Local Development.

  • October and November 2011

Integrated Water Resources Management Project Monitoring Survey.


  • September- November 2011

Combating child labor through Education in Egypt for ILO, Unicef and WFP.

  • July- September 2011

Forced Child Domestic Labor In Egypt for ICF MACRO.



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Way to Success

The firm’s primary objective has been to participate in the improvement of various services and conditions in Egypt by providing reliable data and sound recommendations