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PWYP National Coordinators Survey 2022

The annual survey of Publish What You Pay (PWYP) National Coordinators contributes to monitoring network activity, impact, connectivity, and inclusiveness. The April 2021 survey follows the first ‘base line’ survey of March 2020 and the second one of April 2021. It was conducted by the PWYP International Secretariat in Arabic, French, Russian, Spanish and English, eliciting responses from 40 of the 51 National Coordinators.

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The survey asked National Coordinators about the activities and experiences of their coalitions over the previous 12 months to (i) collect baseline data to contribute to the PWYP International Secretariat’s monitoring of its progress on the 2020-2022 Operational Plan; (ii) capture a snapshot of national coalition (and therefore network) impact and progress towards PWYP’s Vision 2025 Strategic Outcomes; and (iii) contribute to identifying network needs.

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