Sam Worthington, President and CEO of InterAction issues an invite to Keystone’s Development Partnership survey. The invite is below.
In 2010, 28 international NGOs in the United States and Europe participated in the Keystone Performance Survey: Development Partnerships to assess the quality of their relationships with their local partners across five key partnership performance areas: efficiency; relationship and communications; non-financial contribution; value added; and credibility. Since then, another 22 have commissioned the survey and more than 2,500 local partners have responded, yielding participating INGOs with valuable information about how these partnerships could be improved and strengthened.
A group of InterAction members and European NGOs have decided to repeat this Development Partnership Survey in Spring 2013 (list below). The more organizations that participate, the greater the opportunities for learning. I encourage you to review the public report from the 2010 survey, or the confidential reports some organizations decided to publish (Church World Service, Save the Children US) to determine whether you would like to join this year’s cohort. You can learn more about the timing, requirements, and costs at the Keystone website, here.
Confirmed participants for 2013 survey to date
1. Catholic Relief Services
2. Christian Aid
3. Church World Service
5. International Rescue Committee
6. Mennonite Central Committee
7. Mercy Corps
8. Peace Direct
9. Save the Children