Network members, please contribute to the Humanitarian WASH Gap Analysis survey. Your contribution is appreciated. See translated text in FR/AR/SP/PT in comments.
This year the humanitarian WASH sector has taken on the largest and most inclusive humanitarian gap analysis study ever conducted. And now we want you to be part of it through an online survey.
It’s important that we consult with the WASH development sector who often work alongside humanitarian WASH actors in responding to humanitarian WASH needs or have observed humanitarian WASH responses.
Have you ever noted something in a WASH response that should be better? A gap that should be addressed? A problem that always seems to happen but should not? Have your say by taking part in the Global Online Survey and sharing these gaps for this important piece of research for the sector.
By recording gaps in the survey, you will play a role in identifying the key areas of need in the WASH sector, which will be used to set priorities and take action for better humanitarian WASH responses.
The survey will take 15-20 minutes to complete (but you are welcome to spend more time thinking of gaps!). The survey will close on December 7th.
To ensure this message gets far and wide, we’d be grateful if you could share this message with all your sector colleagues and partners at global, regional and field level, including those working in sectors related to WASH – Health, Shelter, Nutrition, Education, Food Security, Protection, Camp Coordination, Camp Management, Logistics and allied issues/modalities eg Accountability (AAP) Environment, Cash.
If you would like to be kept up to date and receive the results of the 2020 WASH Gap Analysis, enter your contact information in the form here: https://forms.gle/2rVtXYfbGaLvf8xh6
To take the survey follow the link here: https://cranfielduniversity.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6LQ3AhbiOLWTW29
Many thanks and we look forward to receiving your response.
Monica Ramos, Global WASH Cluster Coordinator
Andy Bastable, Head of Water and Sanitation, Oxfam
Cecilie Hestbaek, Elrha