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1. Introduction and Informed Consent

We would like to understand how full-time employees of implementing partners (IPs) in the international development and humanitarian assistance industry are 1) experiencing changes to their work models (including work location, flexible schedule, and travel) since COVID-19, as well as to capture 2) their workplace needs/expectations in a COVID-19 and post-COVID working environment and 3) their attitudes/priorities regarding workplace/employer offerings.

At the moment, we are only looking to survey those humanitarian assistance and international development professionals who are currently full-time employees of an implementing partner, including INGOs, NGOs, and private contractors, regardless of technical sector or job function.
Please note that, at this time, the following are not eligible for participating in the survey:
●  Independent consultants, including full-time contractors working in humanitarian assistance and/or international development.
●  Employees or consultants of multilateral agencies (UN, IADB, WB, ADB, AfDB, etc.) or donor agencies (USAID, FCDO, GAC, SDC, JICA, etc.)

The survey is anonymous and participation voluntary. The answers from all survey participants, and we aim to survey around 1,000 current personnel, will be analyzed into a research presentation and report. The findings will be shared with the broader industry (e.g. USAID, contractors, NGOs) to raise awareness on the ways in which COVID-19 is impacting the diversity of the talent pipeline in international development and humanitarian assistance sectors and how industry leader can engage in practical responses. No identifying information will be included in the report or raw data sets. 

The survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

The Feed the Future MSP activity is advancing learning and good practice in market systems development (MSD) and PSE within USAID, USAID partners and market actors. For more information, access to technical resources and opportunities to engage, visit www.agrilinks.org/msp.

Disclaimer: This survey was made possible through support provided by Feed the Future through the U.S. Agency for International Development, under the terms of Feed the Future Market Systems and Partnerships Contract No. 7200AA20C00054 managed by DAI. It was prepared by The Canopy Lab for DAI. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government. 
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