[I meant to include a reference to this survey in my recent "humanitarian assistance" post! Since the deadline is fast approaching (end-October), I wanted to readers know about it now, rather than wait until the next related post.]
"The Humanitarian Evidence Programme has launched a new survey to identify areas and research questions in the humanitarian sector that are in need of an evidence review and synthesis. The intended participants in this survey are researchers, policy-makers, and practitioners in the humanitarian sector from a variety of institutional perspectives. Results are anonymous, unless participants choose to provide their contact information, and the survey will take no longer than 10 minutes to complete. The program team encourages colleagues in the humanitarian sector to take the survey and share it within their networks."
Access the survey, "Identifying Areas for Evidence Reviews in the Humanitarian Sector."
More information is available via the program partners, Feinstein International Center and Oxfam.
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