Business Fights Poverty has launched a project looking at how to mobilise more business action to support refugee livelihoods and long-term resilience. We would like to harness the collective experience and intelligence of the Business Fights Poverty network to identify current initiatives, lessons on what is working and isn’t working, and some of the obstacles and enablers of progress.

This survey is part of a Business Fights Poverty Challenge on Business and Refugees supported by Pearson and being done in partnership with UNHCR, Mercy Corps, Business Call to Action, Thomson Reuters Foundation and Innovest Advisory.

Please kindly take this short survey to share your views!

* 1. What best describes the nature of your work?

* 2. In which countries does your organization have or support programmes for refugee livelihoods and resilience? (select all that apply)

* 3. What are the priorities for your organization’s support of refugee livelihoods and resilience? (select all that apply)

* 4. In your opinion, what are the most important ways business can help strengthen refugee livelihoods and resilience? (Choose a maximum 3)

* 5. What is the greatest obstacle to greater private sector support of refugee livelihoods and resilience (our focus is on low to middle income countries where most refugees currently reside)?

* 6. What are the most important actions/investments the development/aid community can make to enable or mobilise more business support of refugee livelihoods and resilience?

* 7. Can you give some examples of initiatives that have effectively mobilised business to support refugee livelihoods and resilience in low to middle income countries? If possible, please specify the host country and refugee population

* 8. What are some specific challenges you or others have had to overcome for these initiatives to succeed (for refugee populations in low to middle income countries)? If possible, please specify the host country and refugee population

* 9. Do you have any other comments, or can you recommend further contacts, organisations and knowledge resources?

* 10. What would be the most valuable contribution this work could make to mobilising more business action in support of refugee livelihoods and resilience?

* 11. If you would be interested in being contacted on the results of this survey or contributing further information or case studies, please provide us with your email address.  We respect your privacy, and will never share your details with third parties.

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