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Help us to improve CaLP

Please help us to improve CaLP.

We have designed a survey to assess perceptions of the quality of CaLP’s work from April 2017 to March 2018. It covers the breadth of CaLP’s work across objectives and regions.

The findings will contribute to CaLP’s continuous improvement, in support of its members and the broader network of Cash Transfer Programming actors.

You can access the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9L3M52Y

Although we request some basic information about type of organisation, role and region to aid disaggregated analysis of results, all responses are anonymous and will be used for internal purposes only. Responses are being gathered on an individual rather than organisational basis.

The deadline to complete the survey is April 2nd 2018.

Thank you.

 

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