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* 1. Please tell us how aware you were of the following before you received this survey:

  Unaware Somewhat aware Aware
The Women's Refugee Commission (WRC)
The mission of the WRC
The resources and e-learning toolkits available on the WRC website

* 2. What is your connection to Livelihoods and/or Gender-based Violence prevention programs?

* 3. Please tell us about yourself, so we can better direct our resources and e-learning tools to the humanitarian community. This information will not be shared, but providing an email means it's okay if we contact you.Company and Country are required fields.

* 4. Where do you go online (blogs, websites, listserves, social media pages) to the get the latest information within your field? Please be as specific as possible and separate multiple answers with commas.

* 5. You're offered a free online learning toolkit from WRC with resources related to your work, on a subject that you seek to learn more about. The toolkit takes about an hour to complete, and you are awarded a certificate of completion. Rate the importance of possible reasons for taking the time to utilize the toolkit.

  Most Important Very Important Important Less Important Least Important N/A
To help me to design better programs
To enhance my knowledge about the subject so I can share with colleagues and partners
My organization asks me to use it and allocates the time for me to do so
I am considering using the toolkit in my program training
To enhance my CV/resume

* 6. How would you rate your knowledge of the link between Safe Livelihoods and Gender-based Violence Prevention?

* 7. The WRC is planning a free webinar on the subject of Safe Livelihoods and Gender-based Violence Prevention. Are there any areas or issues within these topics that you have specific interest in knowing more about?

* 8. Should you like to participate in the one-hour webinar above, what would be the most convenient time of day for you to do so?

* 9. Do you have a story to tell?

The WRC is seeking stories from the field about remarkable people. They might be Livelihood program participants, program directors, NGO staff or donors. If you know of a program or person that you think deserves special recognition, please respond next to the "Yes!" below, and write in the best way to reach you so that we can contact you for more information. The most compelling stories will be used on the WRC website during an upcoming campaign to promote Safe Livelihoods as a means of Gender-based Violence prevention and women's empowerment.