Putting people first
in humanitarian operations
Ground Truth Solutions
Our mission is to ensure that people affected by crisis have a say in humanitarian action, from individual projects to global humanitarian reform.
We help people affected by crisis to influence:
ProjectCollecting citizens and community actors’ perceptions on COVID-19 in CAR
In the Central African Republic (CAR), Ground Truth Solutions is working with UNICEF on the implementation of surveys gauging the perceptions of affected communities, humanitarian staff and other key actors on the on-going humanitarian response to COVID-19.
ProjectUnderstanding 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.
ProjectDeveloping a feedback mechanism to inform COVID 19 response plans in Lebanon and Zimbabwe
Ground Truth Solutions, in partnership with the British Red Cross (BRC), is providing remote support to the Lebanese Red Cross Society (LRCS) and Zimbabwe Red Cross Society (ZRCS) to put in place mechanisms to tap public perceptions about COVID 19.
ProjectCollecting community perceptions on COVID 19 in Iraq
In partnership with the UNOPS Iraq Information Centre (IIC), Ground Truth Solutions is collecting community perceptions data on the COVID-19 pandemic that will feed into the ongoing humanitarian response.
ProjectCitizens 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 collect trend data, triangulated with information from other actors, to inform the ongoing response.
ProjectCommunity leaders’ perceptions on COVID-19 in Uganda
In Uganda, we are talking to South Sudanese and Congolese community leaders in refugee settlements across 10 regions, to capture their insight on communities’ information access, behaviours, trust and the economic impact of COVID-19.