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Survey for organisations responding to HIV in developing countries

8
DEC
2009

Aids Alliance

Are you part of a civil society organisation responding to HIV in a developing country?

If so, we want to know what you think about key issues, such as current and future funding, collaboration on the ground, availability of technical support, reporting requirements, and the quality and scope of community responses.

We’re undertaking a study for the World Bank and DFID – and your opinion counts. Take this confidential survey and answer questions, including how you think your organisation compares to other civil society organisations, what type of HIV work you spend your income on, and help us build up a picture of the main sources of civil society organisations’ income for HIV work.

The survey is open to all NGOs, CBOs, networks and other civil society organisations working on HIV in developing countries, and is available below in five languages.

The survey is now closed. Thanks to everyone who took part. We will let you know the results when they're out!

Complete the survey before 1 January 2010 and you will be entered into a prize draw to win one of four prizes of $250. Alliance Linking Organisations are not eligible for the prize draw.

The survey is confidential, no individual answers will be included in any report, and you will be asked for percentages of income and expenditure, not actual amounts.

This is part of a larger World Bank and DFID evaluation of the community response to HIV and donor funding. We appreciate your participation – and please pass it on. The more responses we get, the more detailed picture we can build up.

Thanks!


    What do you think about the key issues affecting your organisation?