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Key findings of Community Consultations - PSEA Network

In August 2018, the Turkey cross-border interagency PSEA Network under the Whole of Syria PSEA Programme, conducted community consultations in the governorates of Idleb, Hama and Aleppo on the conduct of humanitarian workers and the community’s experiences, perceptions and preferences in using complaints and feedback mechanisms (CFMs). A total of 630 community members were reached in the consultations; 516 persons participated in Focus Group Discussions and 114 persons participated in personal interviews.


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