You asked, we answered: Results from the CALP Network’s annual survey 2022
The CALP Network conducts an annual survey to gather feedback to understand more about how people use and interact with the wide array of forums, events, information, resources, and training courses that are available through CALP. We are pleased to share the results from 207 respondents who provided feedback and let you know what we will adjust as a result.
Some of the survey findings:
- CALP continues to perform strongly across key areas of work, particularly in enabling capacity strengthening, with a notable increase in respondents’ feeling of engagement with the network.
- Among those who have accessed CALP training courses, 97% of respondents stated that the courses had increased their knowledge and skills to deliver quality cash and voucher assistance (CVA).
- The most common barrier to accessing training (face-to-face or online) is lack of awareness of opportunities.
- 60% of respondents used CALP produced guidance or tools in the past year.
- 75% of respondents noted an improvement in cash coordination, which increased programme quality. This was a slight increase compared to the previous year when 73% responded positively to this question.
- CALP’s increasingly networked approach, as outlined in its strategy, is effective in supporting members’ sense of engagement with the network. 88% of respondents felt engaged with the CALP Network, a significant increase compared to last year’s rate of 74%. Many users felt engaged through attending CALP organized webinars and events (50%) and training courses (43%).