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IPAR STAKEHOLDER S’ SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE (2015-2016)
Introduction

The Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (IPAR- Rwanda) is a local, autonomous, independent think-tank whose mission is to enhance evidence-based policy making and promote the culture and capacity to debate and dialogue on policy issues in Rwanda through conducting timely, relevant, high-quality, policy-oriented analysis and research.
IPAR became operational in 2008 and is registered with the Rwandan Government as a non-for-profit organisation. Under its mandate, IPAR is expected to build local capacity for carrying out public policy research and organize debates on public policy issues.
Every five years IPAR, decides on policy and Research thematic areas based on emerging issues in Rwanda and elsewhere. For this period the following five thematic but interrelated areas are the main focus: Agriculture, Rural Development and Settlement, Social Development, Economic growth and Transformation, Governance and Democracy, Environment and natural resources management.
Our stakeholders range from Government Ministries and line agencies, bilateral development agencies, Academic institutions, Think tanks, UN agencies and Civil Society.
Every year IPAR conducts a satisfaction survey among its stakeholders to assess the level of satisfaction of our services and products. Results help IPAR to strategise further in order to meet the expectations from the stakeholders.
It’s against this background that we request you to take few minutes and respond the following questions:

1.Which of the following describes well your institution?
Do you know IPAR? If yes, through which means?
Do you regard yourself as a user of IPAR services?
If Yes tell us your level of satisfaction (on a scale of 1 – lowest and 5- the Highest) "Advisory service"
Lowest score
highest score
Commissioned research
lowest score
highest score
Event Organisation
lowest score
highest score
Policy dialogue
lowest score
highest score
Mentorship
lowest score
highest score
Others
lowest
highest
Do you regard yourself a user of IPAR Products?
If Yes tell us your level of satisfaction (on a scale of 1 –lowest and 5- the Highest. "Research and policy "
Lowest score
Highest score
Journal articles
Lowest score
Highest score
Policy briefs
Lowest score
Highest score
Conference/ workshop presentations
Lowest score
Highest score
Newsletters
Lowest score
Highest score
Mentorship through EPRN
Lowest score
Highest score
Any other
Lowest score
Highest score
Have you ever visited IPAR Website?
If yes, do you find it useful?
If no, can you recommend areas of improvement
Your answer
Is information easy to navigate and relevant?
How would you rate IPAR in terms of: a) Policy Influence
How would you rate IPAR in terms of: b) Promoting the culture of policy dialogue and debate
How would you rate IPAR in terms of: c) Capacity Building
How would you rate IPAR in terms of: d) Engagement with stakeholders
Which area can we engage your organisation for future policy and Research activities?
Do you receive our monthly e-mail update/newsletter?
If no, would you like to receive our monthly news letter?
If yes please provide us with your email address:
Your answer
Which recommendations can you give to IPAR to achieve its mission better and more?
Your answer
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