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What do you think of CaLP’s work? Have your say in our perception survey.

Each year we aim to assess personal experiences of CaLP's work through the perception survey.  This short online survey is targeted at all the actors who engage with CaLP, and helps us improve our ways of working and best serve our members and the CaLP network.

This year's survey also asks for some reflections on some broad trends on Cash and Voucher Assistance, which will provide baseline information which CaLP will track progress on over time.

Please take the time to complete the survey using one of the links below:

English: bit.ly/CaLPsurveyEN

French: bit.ly/CaLPsurveyFR

Arabic: bit.ly/CaLPsurveyAR

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