Ground Truth Solutions provides humanitarian agencies with direct feedback from people affected by crisis. We amplify the voices of refugees, internally displaced people, asylum seekers, and victims of natural disasters – allowing organisations to systematically integrate this vital information into relief programmes around the world. Accurate, unbiased information, collected on the ground and in real time, allows aid agencies to take better decisions and to provide the right support. UN agencies, NGOs, as well as the Red Cross movement can use this feedback as a tool to manage and shape projects as they are being rolled out and to maximise their effectiveness. Donors can use the information to track how and where their support is making a difference. And those in need of assistance and protection are better served, where their views are fully taken into account.
This report analyses data collected from refugees, asylum-seekers, and migrants currently living in the Austrian states of Burgenland, Carinthia, Lower Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Upper Austria, and Vorarlberg.
This report summarises the findings of four focus group discussions conducted with a total of 36 refugees, asylum-seekers, and migrants in Izmir, from Syria, Afghanistan, Somalia, Eritrea, Nigeria, and Ethiopia. All focus group discussions took place on 26 July 2017. Two discussions were held with male participants, one with female participants, and one with a mixed group.
This report summarises the findings of six focus group discussions conducted between 20 and 23 July 2017 with Syrian and Afghan refugees residing in Istanbul and Gaziantep, Turkey. Thirty-six participants took part in this survey, the second in a series of data collection efforts under the Mixed Migration Platform (MMP), looking at how refugees perceive humanitarian support in Turkey.