Remote Evaluation of Feedback and Decision-Making during Save the Children’s Covid-19 Response in Bangladesh

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Date published
01 Nov 2021
Research, reports and studies
Accountability to affected populations (AAP), Complaints and feedback mechanisms, COVID-19

This research study evaluates the impact of the COVID-19 emergency on Save the Children’s use of feedback from adults and children in Bangladesh. It examines the impact of Covid-19 and the ways in which approaches to feedback inform Save the Children’s decision-making at a time of particular global challenge.   The report’s findings are intended to serve as a useful, rapidly-realised tool for organisational learning and to support Save the Children as it continues to serve displaced populations in Bangladesh and globally.