If your organisation provided (or is still providing) support to the public to mitigate the impact of COVID-19, please share what you have been doing so that your work can form part of the COVID-19 Country Report. The coordination for the development of the chapter on civil society for the report is being managed by the DG Murray Trust (DGMT).
Complete the survey here.
The Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (DPME) and the Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC) is coordinating the development of a South African COVID-19 Country Report to assess the effectiveness of interventions adopted by South Africa to combat the pandemic and its socio-economic effects.
The contribution of many thousands of South Africans acting in solidarity as a vibrant civil society made a massive difference in the lives of their fellow South Africans during the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, the important role that civil society plays to support citizens has not always been acknowledged. It has now become more important than ever for Government and the private sector to collaborate with, and value the unique contribution of civil society.
Through this Country Report, the story can be told of civil society’s contribution during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are a civil society partner, please take 15 minutes (or less depending on the number of sections applicable) to complete a survey about your work to support South Africans during the pandemic.
Please share the link for the survey with all other civil society organisations that you know contributed, and encourage them to fill it out.
The open-ended questions have been kept to a minimum so that you can complete the survey quickly. DGMT asks for contact information in case organisations need to be interviewed to document the details of their experience as a case study.
The survey will be open until 16 June 2021.
Who should participate in this survey?
CBOs = Community Based Organisations
NPOs = Non-Profit Organisations
PBOs = Public Benefit Organisations
FBOs = Faith-Based Organisations
CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE SURVEY.