The Keystone Development Partnership Survey launched in 2010 with a survey of over 3,000 local partners of 28 international NGOs. Since then, another 32 INGOs have taken the survey, and over 10,000 local partners have been surveyed.
Click here to find out more about the original 2010 cohort survey, including reading the public cohort report.
Now its your turn to hear from your partners!
Each participating NGO gets a unique report, comparing its performance to sector benchmarks. The comparison allows NGOs to identify specific strengths and areas for improvement. Keystone guarantees independence, confidentiality, a consultative process and comparative data. You can take the survey at any time that is convenient for you, but there is a large INGO group now taking the survey together to optimize opportunities for exchange and learning.
Each INGO receives a confidential individual report detailing how their partners rate their performance compared to sector benchmarks. In an effort to increase accountability, responsibility and transparency with their partners, a growing list of INGOs have publicly released their reports, along with their plans to improve: AbleChild Africa, Church World Service, Peace Direct, Practical Action, Progressio, Save The Children (UK), and Save The Children (US).
Having taken the survey more recently than the others, OXFAM Canada have also published their report.
Keystone can administer the survey to your partners at any time, providing comparisons to the existing data set of over 1,000 completed local partner questionnaires. Please contact us to discuss running your partnership survey.