Lessons from community feedback mechanisms in Afghanistan, Somalia, South Sudan and Syria
This resource paper is part of the Secure Access in Volatile Environments (SAVE) research program, funded by UK-DFID. This three-year research program aims to contribute solutions for providing effective and accountable humanitarian action amid high levels of insecurity.
The project involves global-level and field-level analyses in four focus countries: Afghanistan, Somalia, South Sudan and Syria. This report presents the main research findings and key lessons on community feedback mechanisms in insecure settings.