The Inter-Agency Common Feedback Project, referred to as the Common Feedback Project (CFP), is an innovative community engagement project, initiated during the response to the Nepal Earthquake 2015. It is funded by UK Aid, and is based in the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office, enabling a strategic connection with humanitarian response and recovery.
The CFP is designed to help the humanitarian and recovery community understand the perceptions of affected people relating to services, people’s sense of agency, outcomes and the quality of relations between aid providers and the affected population. It is a common service to humanitarian partners to collect, aggregate, analyse and elevate feedback from disaster affected communities.
CFP regularly collects feedback from over 2000 respondents, randomly selected from earthquake affected communities on reconstruction, food security and livelihood and protection issues.
This prototype visualizes a set of community perceptions surveys conducted in 14 earthquake affected district of Nepal. Note that survey results may not be strictly comparable because of differences in survey sampling design, target population, and timeliness. We suggest to account for all these elements when deriving conclusions from this visualization.