Giving a voice to refugees in Europe

by Keystone Accountability
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Summary

The world is witnessing the biggest refugee movement since World War II. Donations to this project will facilitate collecting feedback from refugees to help front line workers focus and coordinate humanitarian aid to the most pressing needs of affected people along their journey in an increasingly complex context - from refugee camps in Syria's neighboring countries, to transit countries and safe countries of destination.
$50,000.00
total goal
$49,985.00
remaining
1
donor
0
monthly donors
9
months active

Challenge

Ground Truth will fill a gap in the accountability architecture focusing on how refugees themselves experience humanitarian aid as they embark on their journey to a better life. For too long accountability and responsiveness has been dominated by supply side initiatives focusing on standards, guidelines, certification, consultation, capacity building and so on. Ground Truth offers the missing link, turning real time evidence from those who matter most into action.

Solution

Regular robust feedback from refugees will be disseminated to those agencies working along the migrant trail to improve how they engage with refugees and what services they provide.

Long-Term Impact

Refugees will direct the aid response intended to help them build a new life. In addition, we will help shape the future of how humanitarians give beneficiaries a voice.

Resources

http:/​/​keystoneaccountability.org/​
Ground Truth homepage

Organization Information

Keystone Accountability

Location: London - United Kingdom
Website: http:/​/​keystoneaccountability.org/​
Project Leader:
Kai Hopkins
London, London United Kingdom

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