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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.

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14 Jan 2019 description

Cash transfer programmes have become a standard component of humanitarian responses. This research explores how to optimise them from a user perspective, based on a better understanding of recipients’ preferences, expectations, and satisfaction levels at various points of interaction with individual cash programmes and delivery mechanisms. This report is based on evidence collected in Kenya and Iraq. Please refer to the separate country case studies for more information: cashjourneys.net

13 Jan 2019 description

As cash transfer programmes increasingly become a standard component of humanitarian responses, aid agencies and donors seek a more comprehensive understanding of delivery mechanisms that are effective, efficient and offer good value for money, while meeting the preferences of affected people. This research project looks at how recipients of humanitarian cash transfers – including forcibly displaced people – experience cash assistance in different forms and combinations, particularly where these make use of digital delivery mechanisms.

13 Dec 2018 description

This thematic bulletin on needs and services presents findings and recommendations based on Ground Truth Solutions’ (GTS) surveys conducted with 943 Rohingya in Bangladesh. The survey, carried out in October 2018, was administered in 24 collective sites in the Ukhia and Teknaf subdistricts. It is the second round of data collection, with the first taking place in July 2018. The goal is to use the views of affected people to inform humanitarian response and adjust programming accordingly.

13 Dec 2018 description

This thematic bulletin on safety and outlook presents findings and recommendations based on Ground Truth Solutions’ (GTS) surveys conducted with 943 Rohingya in Bangladesh. The survey, carried out in October 2018, was administered in 24 collective sites in the Ukhia and Teknaf subdistricts. It is the second round of data collection, with the first taking place in July 2018. The goal is to use the views of affected people to inform humanitarian response and adjust programming accordingly.

13 Dec 2018 description

This thematic bulletin on feedback and relationships presents findings and recommendations based on Ground Truth Solutions’ (GTS) surveys conducted with 943 Rohingya in Bangladesh. The survey, carried out in October 2018, was administered in 24 collective sites in the Ukhia and Teknaf subdistricts.

Jobs

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25 Dec 2018 description
job Closing date: 20 Jan 2019 Ground Truth Solutions

Programme Analyst

  • Location: Ground Truth Solutions office in Vienna, Austria
  • Duration: 12 months, renewable contract
  • Start date: March 2019

Summary:

Ground Truth Solutions is looking for a Programme Analyst to work as an integral member of the core team as we scale up our activities. This position holds responsibility for assisting in the designing, implementing and management of projects.

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