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We consulted over 2700 people that had received aid in Somalia, Afghanistan, South Sudan and Syria. Only 400 of them said aid agencies had asked for their opinion. That’s just 15 in 100, which left us wondering what aid agencies had to say about this.

Lotte Ruppert and Elias Sagmeister-SAVE Research Project

Consulting people about the aid they receive is recognised as central to improving the quality of humanitarian assistance.

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