ALNAP’s new State of the Humanitarian System (SOHS) survey is now open for all humanitarian practitioners and host governments to complete. Please provide your responses and share with others so their views can be counted. ALNAP are also conducting a separate survey to include the views of crisis-affected populations.
The State of the Humanitarian System is a unique, independent study that analyses the size and scope of humanitarian entities and activities and assesses the overall performance and progress of humanitarian policies and responses. The aid practitioners survey is aimed at humanitarian practitioners working in country programmes. The host governments survey is aimed at officials working in national or local government organisations within a country that has received international humanitarian aid in the past four years. The surveys have been administered four times, for the 2010, 2012 and 2015, 2018 State of the Humanitarian System reports and are one of the main sources of evidence for the report.
By giving 10-15 minutes of your time to complete the survey and share your views, you will help ALNAP understand what is working and what is not working from your perspective and what can be learned to improve humanitarian response for crisis-affected communities. This can help to shape future humanitarian action within your country of operation and globally.
Survey deadline: 31 October 2021