Projects in Somalia

The Cash Barometer in Somalia

In Somalia, the Cash Barometer builds on previous Ground Truth surveys carried out between 2017-2019 to inform the rapidly evolving humanitarian response. In-kind aid and CVA recipients across 17 regions were surveyed in September 2020 to better understand their...

Project status: Ongoing

Cash Barometer

The potential of cash transfer programming has been demonstrated many times over. But how does the humanitarian “cash revolution” present itself to its intended beneficiaries? What concerns do affected people have, and how can their perspectives help inform a...

Project status: Ongoing

Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on Cash and Voucher Assistance

We are working with key global actors such as CaLP and CashCap and in-country actors in CAR, Nigeria and Somalia to understand the wider impacts of COVID-19 on cash and voucher assistance, and their approaches to the current crisis....

Project status: Ongoing

Citizens perceptions around COVID-19 in Somalia

In Somalia, we are conducting country-wide telephone surveys with internally displaced people, people in need, and Somali citizens. We are asking questions about information access, behaviours, trust, and the economic impact of COVID-19 every six weeks in order to...

Project status: Ongoing

Humanitarian reform

As part of a far reaching effort to reform the humanitarian system, Ground Truth Solutions is working in several countries to give people affected by humanitarian crisis more of a say in the planning and monitoring of humanitarian responses.

Project status: Ongoing

Humanitarian Voice Index

The Humanitarian Voice Index is a database that combines the data from all of Ground Truth Solutions’ major perceptual surveys since 2017. We use this data to analyse the state and trajectory of the humanitarian system from the perspective...

Project status: Ongoing

Field perspectives on the Grand Bargain

As part of a far reaching effort to reform the humanitarian system, Ground Truth Solutions worked with the OECD secretariat to give people affected by humanitarian crisis more of a say in assessing progress. The focus was on the...

Project status: Completed