You’re invited to complete ALNAP’s SOHS 2018 survey

On behalf of ALNAP,

We are currently carrying out the research for the latest State of the Humanitarian System report. We are keen to maximise the number of completed surveys across different responses in order to make our analysis as accurate and useful as possible.
Anyone who has worked in a humanitarian response since 2015 can complete it. (It will only take only 10 minutes):

This is a unique opportunity to get your voice heard: your views could help shape future humanitarian action.
Thanks in advance for your help and we look forward to getting more responses soon.

ALNAP Secretariat

* This survey is also available in French, Spanish and Arabic in the link below, where you can also find a survey for governments in all four languages:

How do you speak humanitarian?

From our colleagues at:


How do you speak Humanitarian?

> bring greater clarity in humanitarian dialogues
> inspire innovation with a stronger knowledge-policy interface
> improve the quality of strategic and operational responses

CERAH reaches out to its well established network of professionals in the field of humanitarian action. Your expertise and opinion count for CERAH’s latest research project Encyclopedia of Humanitarian ActionTake part in our survey and inform us first hand what the Encyclopedia can do for you and how you might want to get involved in this new collaborative project.

CERAH’s Encyclopedia of Humanitarian Action is designed to offer:

The Encyclopedia will explore the different ways key humanitarian concepts are understood across space, time, cultures and disciplines. Confronting academic findings and operational realities to deliver an enhanced conceptual framework, it will bring greater clarity in humanitarian policy dialogues and support better humanitarian operations.

The Encyclopedia project will become a living co-creation tool for all those concerned by humanitarian action, to reflect on humanitarian concepts and practice, share perspectives and access resources.

Empowering a more informed, effective and cohesive humanitarian movement is our aim. By interrogating how humanitarian concepts are used, we will support the reflective involvement of an expanding range of stakeholders; including the growing ranks of southern actors and the digital generation of humanitarians.

Partnerships are the DNA of the project. CERAH partners, academics, community leaders, as well as other practitioners in humanitarian action are warmly invited to get involved and take our online survey on

Thank you for your participation! Please do not hesitate to share this email and increase the visibility of this online survey.

Learn more here.