Share, read & engage with people's experiences of local services

Loop enables people receiving humanitarian or development aid to shape the type and quality of services that are funded and delivered.


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Share your feedback

We believe that everyone has an opinion about the humanitarian and development activities in their community, and that everyone is an active agent of change.

Loop provides a safe, free, and independent channel for people to share their views and engage with others.

Loop is available in multiple languages and through SMS, Interactive Voice technology, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, USSD, or via our website from any device.

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Read, learn, and respond to feedback

Be the change you want to see by reading, learning from, and engaging with, people's feedback through the Loop platform to inform decisions and improve services.

Find the stories that matter most to you by searching and filtering for stories by location, organisation, thematic area, or demographic.

Actively promote the use of Loop among the communities and 'beneficiaries' that you work with, as a free open feedback mechanism but also a confidential complaints and Sexual Exploitation and Abuse reporting channel.

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Be accountable and create the intended impact

Just as businesses need customer feedback, aid organisations need to engage with the views of people affected by crises, to respect people's dignity and agency. Feedback also ensures more relevant, and sustainable services, as well as creating a more people-centred, and equitable, aid sector.

The data generated through Loop can be used as part of organisational reporting and ongoing independent accountability mechanisms.

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Loop is a Digital Platform

Designed in partnership with people-affected by crises, and networks of local, civil society organisations:
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For anyone to initiate feedback
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From anywhere they want
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At any time
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On what is important to them
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Without having to be asked
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On any device they can access
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Countries piloting Loop; Zambia, the Philippines and Somalia

Recent News

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Safe reporting for victims of abuse

Loop provides a safe, anonymous, independent reporting platform Loop is a global platform for people to share their stories about their experiences. Aspart of this service they can also safely report

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Heard of Loop but want to understand it more?

Sign up to one of our monthly presentations and open question and answer sessions on the 1st Monday of every month. You are all welcome!

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Welcome to our new Governing Board member Nanette

We are absolutely delighted to welcome Regina "Nanette" Salvador-Antequisa as the new member of the Governing Board of Loop.

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What Others Are Saying About Loop

We're always listening to feedback!
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A great effort, Loop will bring a light to the world, and will create a future where all vulnerable people have a chance to speak up for their rights.
Mohammed Moallim
Programme Officer, Mayar Foundation for Development, Yemen
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This is the way of the future! It's a necessity. Why does it not exist already?
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It could be the entry point for the real change we are all dreaming of. And we are in need of such innovative initiatives in our countries.
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