Published on December 12, 2013

2013 Australian aid stakeholder survey released

By Jonathan Pryke

In July and August 2013 the Development Policy Centre surveyed 356 stakeholders in the Australian aid program, from the senior executives of Australia’s biggest NGOs and development contracting companies, to the officials of multilateral, partner government and Australian government agencies. The survey asked them what they thought about the Australian aid program, what they liked, what they didn’t like, what they thought the future of aid was and what needed to be done to improve our aid.

The final report of the survey was released on Thursday 12 December and is available below.

In full

Benchmarking Australian aid: results from the 2013 Australian aid stakeholder survey (PDF, 1.92 MB)

In sections

One page summary (PDF, 289 KB)

Executive summary (PDF, 638 KB)

Report (PDF, 1.11 MB)

Annex (including statistical tables and questionnaire) (PDF, 1.6 MB)

Report launch presentation

Presentation (PDF, 880 KB)

Download podcast

Blog posts

2013 Australian aid stakeholder survey. Part 1: the good news by Stephen Howes and Jonathan Pryke

Media

Press release

Stephen Howes’ op-ed in The Canberra Times

 

About the author/s

Jonathan Pryke
Jonathan Pryke worked at the Development Policy Centre from 2011, and left in mid-2015 to join the Lowy Institute, where he is now Director of the Pacific Islands Program. He has a Master of Public Policy/Master of Diplomacy from Crawford School of Public Policy and the College of Diplomacy, ANU.

Link: https://devpolicy.org/2013-australian-aid-stakeholder-survey-released-20131212/
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