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Help the humanitarian community by taking the ReliefWeb user survey

By Andrew Kobylinski
Tags: Survey

At ReliefWeb, your feedback, ideas and suggestions are very important to us. They are what have helped ReliefWeb become such an important tool for the humanitarian community. We’re always exploring new ways to deliver humanitarian information, but we can’t do it without your input.

To ensure that ReliefWeb best meets the information needs of humanitarians, we’ve decided to undertake some research on you, our humanitarian users. The 2014 ReliefWeb user survey is now open.

If you are a long-term ReliefWeb user, you will recall that we conducted similar comprehensive user survey back in 2010. You feedback helped us to roll out useful features and services, such as Headlines, Topics and Tweeter aggregations.

We’re asking you for a moment of your time. We want to know more about you, why you use ReliefWeb, what type of humanitarian content you're looking for, what you think of the existing ReliefWeb features, and what kind of online humanitarian information services you would like in the future.

The survey is comprehensive but simple and should only take approximately 10-12 minutes. No personal information will be requested.

The responses you provide will help us to develop new humanitarian information services that meet the needs of the wider humanitarian community.

We’re also looking for humanitarians who would like to participate in an in-depth interview where we will ask a few additional questions. If you are interested, please leave your email in the last question of the survey.

Take the ReliefWeb user survey