Survey eligibility

In September 2015, the International Rescue Committee, Inc. (IRC) was awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) to provide monitoring and evaluation technical assistance (M&E TA) to ORR-funded organizations (Grant #90RB0051). The Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Assistance (META) Project is designed to strengthen the capacity of ORR-funded refugee service providers to collect, manage, analyze and use data to make informed decisions that will improve services and results for resettled refugees and other populations of concern in the U.S.

The META Project’s design includes an annual external evaluation to help ORR and the META team understand the extent to which the project has been effective in achieving its intended outcomes; the quality and usefulness of different program components (individualized technical assistance, online learning resources, active learning opportunities, etc.); and how M&E TA could be improved. This survey is part of that evaluation.

This survey is intended for US-based, ORR-funded organizations. It is not intended for individuals seeking refugee status or organizations working with displaced populations outside the US.

The survey will require approximately 10 minutes to complete. Participation is optional, and your choice will not impact your organization’s standing with IRC or ORR in any way. You will not receive any compensation for participating, though the information will improve future technical assistance from which you may benefit.

The information collected will be completely confidential. Survey responses will be available only to the external evaluators. Individual responses will not be shared with IRC or ORR. Analysis and results will be aggregated to a level which does not allow for an organization’s identification.

Do you work for an organization that supports or serves refugees or other humanitarian immigrant populations?

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* 2. Do you work for an organization that supports or serves refugees or other humanitarian immigrant populations?

Do you work for the US federal government?

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* 3. Do you work for the US federal government?

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