DSAI's Humanitarian Action Study Group (HASG) would like to collect information from across researchers and humanitarian practitioners to help identify key gaps in evidence, applying learning and public/global health research in the humanitarian response to and during the COVID-19 crisis. The aim is to identify priority areas for evidence and research that can be leveraged to support an effective, coordinated response.

Participation is voluntary and survey responses are anonymous. The results will be analysed by the HASG Convenor and will be used to inform future DSAI public events on effective leveraging of evidence and research for humanitarian response, and a publicly available briefing document that aims to identify preliminary priorities for research and learning in the sector.

For further information, or to share your input in another format, please contact humanitarian@dsaireland.org

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* 1. I am...

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* 2. I am based in...

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* 3. I am / my organisation is...

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* 4. In your opinion, what are the two most important data / evidence gaps that humanitarian actors need filled to respond effectively to and during COVID-19?

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* 5. In your opinion, what are the two most important programme design / delivery knowledge gaps that humanitarian actors need filled to respond effectively to and during COVID-19?

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* 6. In your opinion, what are the two most important policy issues related to COVID-19 that need to be studied to support effective humanitarian advocacy?

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* 7. In your opinion, what are the two most important health-related research questions that need to be studied to better understand the COVID-19 crisis and its wider context?

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* 8. Please share below any two publicly available, existing studies or reports that contain valuable evidence or learning that could be useful in supporting response to and during COVID-19.

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* 9. Thank you for your input. Would you like to add anything further?

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