We believe that aid works best when it listens to the feedback of those receiving it.
Transparent feedback moreover has the potential of strengthening and incentivising humanitarian accountability commitments - leading to better designed programmes, better aid and better impact. We believe that the public want to know how well aid providers are delivering and think that one of the best indicators to sensitise, connect and inform are the opinions of service users - opinions that are largely absent in the public space.
re:viewed therefore is a dedicated space for people on the receiving end of humanitarian assistance to rate and review services and service providers.
By doing so, re:viewed aims to support people to influence public perceptions and inform donor decisions - Ultimately, to provide the leverage to shape and improve the services they receive.