Aid stakeholder survey

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The aid stakeholder survey is a tool designed to obtain feedback on the effectiveness of the Australian and New Zealand aid programs and provide suggestions for their improvement. The survey (tailored to each aid program) targets NGOs and development contractors that are familiar with and involved in the delivery of Australian and New Zealand aid. It is also made publicly available online for other interested aid stakeholders to complete. The survey was first run in 2013. It is run every two to three years.

Details on the 2013 survey can be found here. Details on the 2015 survey can be found here. Details on the 2018 survey can be found here.

Updated:  5 December 2021/Responsible Officer:  Devpolicy Admin/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team