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The report identifies the existing opportunities for the communities to give information about their humanitarian and development needs and the responsiveness of various resources flows. It also assesses the extent to which various methods use beneficiary feedback on the quantity, quality and relevance of was used to improve the policy, programming and planning for subsequent programmes/projects for better humanitarian and development response.

The entire chain of gathering, sorting, synthesizing and use of beneficiary feedback to improve development programmes for better outcomes in poverty and vulnerability reduction. The survey covered a sample of organizations and hence does not represent an exhaustive representation of all existing feedback mechanisms currently used or developed by all the stakeholders in the northern region

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