UN Resident Coordinator’s Office

Inter-Agency Common Feedback Project


The Inter-agency Common Feedback Project (CFP) collects, analyzes, reports on, and advocates for the perceptions of communities affected by the crisis, on behalf of Nepal's entire humanitarian, recovery and development community. 

Originally established with support from DFID following the 2015 Nepal earthquakes, the CFP was adapted in early 2016 to address the reconstruction and recovery phase and extended for two years. In Nepal, it is well recognized that humanitarian and recovery decisions must be based on the self-identified needs and perceptions of communities receiving assistance. As a result, during the August 2017 South Asian floods, the CFP was expanded again to work in the flood-affected areas during the relief phase.

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