Humanitarian Financing

Humanitarian Surveys

 

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Policy changes are only meaningful if they help those affected by humanitarian crises. The OECD is collecting qualitative data from beneficiaries and frontline workers to assess whether these changes are making a difference to the people affected by crisis.

A perspective from the field: Does all this make better lives for people affected by crisis ?

The OECD supports its members in delivering a better humanitarian aid. But what makes humanitarian aid better? The OECD wants to assess whether the DAC donors’ commitments and the changes to the way in which humanitarian funding is mobilised are having a tangible impact on the people they're intended for: those affected by crisis. 'Better' humanitarian aid must mean better assistance for those in need, not just a better system for the donors. With this in mind, we’re partnering with Ground Truth Solutions an organisation that specialises in getting feedback from affected populations in crisis contexts, to interview aid beneficiaries and frontline humanitarian workers in different crisis situations around the globe.

 

Afghanistan
Afghanistan

Surveys of affected people and field staff (2016) (2018)
Surveys of local partner organisations (2016) (2018)


Lebanon
Surveys of affected people and field staff (2016) (2018)
Surveys of local partner organisations (2016) (2018)

Haiti
Haiti

 Surveys of affected people and field staff (2016) (2018)
Surveys of local partner organisations (2016) (2018)
Somalia
Somalia
 Surveys of affected people and field staff (2016) (2018)
Surveys of local partner organisations (2016) (2018)

Iraq
Iraq

Surveys of affected people and field staff (2016) (2018)
Surveys of local partner organisations (2016) (2018)
Uganda
Uganda

Surveys of affected people and field staff (2016) (2018)
Surveys of local partner organisations (2016) (2018)

Bangladesh
Bangladesh

 

 Surveys of affected people and field staff (2018)
Surveys of local partner organisations (2018)
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What did we learn ?
The Grand Bargain: Perspectives from the Field (June 2018)


 

 

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