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Have your say on Australian Aid

24 September 2018

How effective is the Australian aid program? How can it be improved? The ANU Development Policy Centre wants your input for the 2018 Australian aid stakeholder survey.

The ANU Development Policy Centre has just launched the public phase of the 2018 Australian aid stakeholder survey and is asking Australians for their views on the state of the government aid program through a 15-minute online survey.

The study is looking at how the Australian aid program is performing and wants to provide suggestions for its improvement.

The 2015 edition saw over 400 stakeholders provide feedback on Australian aid, giving valuable insights into the program as a whole. Participants had their say on how they thought the program performed, its management by DFAT, and aid volumes.

Now, nearly five years later, has the aid program become more or less effective? Has the use of facilities made program management easier? Have we reversed the loss of expertise that was the aftermath of the AusAID-DFAT merger? Click here to have your say.

The survey will close on 19 October 2018.

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