Your feedback is important and will help inform ALNAP’s updated guidance on using criteria for evaluations in humanitarian settings.

This survey targets humanitarian evaluators, evaluation commissioners and managers, and users of humanitarian evaluations who are familiar with the application of the OECD DAC criteria and additional humanitarian evaluation criteria.

You will need to have used the OECD DAC criteria and/or additional humanitarian evaluation criteria in conducting, commissioning or utilising evaluations to be able to respond to the questions in this survey.

ALNAP is a global network dedicated to learning how to improve response to humanitarian crises. In 2006, ALNAP published a guide on using the OECD DAC evaluation criteria in humanitarian settings and in 2016, a guide on evaluating humanitarian action. ALNAP is currently reviewing its 2006 guidance on using the OECD DAC criteria in humanitarian action. 

The survey can be completed in two ways:
  1. A shorter version of the survey, which asks questions about the particular aims and approach to updating ALNAP’s guidance for evaluating humanitarian action using the OECD DAC criteria. This will take approximately 5 to 10 minutes.
  2. A longer version for those familiar with the OECD DAC criteria, consisting of technical questions about each criterion. This will take approximately 10 to 20 minutes to complete.
You will have the option to choose whether to respond to the technical questions after the first two sections of the survey. There are options to skip some questions throughout.
Your response to the survey will be anonymous, unless you chose to share your name and contact info with us at the end of the survey in order to engage further with ALNAP on the update of the guidance. 
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If you have any questions or concerns about the survey, please email:
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