SAVE is a three year research programme by Humanitarian Outcomes and GPPi. An international team of researchers worked with local partners in the world’s four most dangerous aid settings, using both quantitative and qualitative methods. This included field and global-level primary data collection, over 900 interviews with aid workers and a survey of over 4,000 affected people. Thirty workshops were held in the case study countries to verify the findings, as well as workshops in the US and Europe.
SAVE is supported by an Advisory Group of senior humanitarian aid experts. It is funded by the Research and Evidence Division of the Department for International Development, UK.
For questions, contact SAVE Research Coordinator, Adele Harmer: firstname.lastname@example.org
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