A focus group is made up 6 to 10 people who are carefully selected to discuss a subject based on the commonality of their experience and it usually take 1 to 2 hours. FGD provides group interaction and diversity of experience to insights be shared. The group moderator uses his/her skill to get the discussion going so flushing out ideas, attitudes and experiences. FGD are ideal for getting ideas, testing concepts, investigating indices or exploring a problem where the researcher is not sure exactly what issues are at stake.Picture2