Inter-agency Common Feedback Project (CFP), is a UNDP funded project that builds on the humanitarian work CFP has been doing around community voices and accountability. The purpose of this project was to capture the feedback from the least developed communities on their priorities around gender equality, human poverty, access to facilities and vulnerability to natural hazards.
The report is the result of 2100 surveys completed in randomly selected households throughout the 14 priority affected districts of Nepal. The challenge was to visually communicate the massive amount of data gathered and filter it down to visually appealing bit size information.
Kazi Studies worked on data visualization coherent among the quarterly reports generated for the survey. The project also led to an online version of the report for more targeted data and report generation.