IWDA Partner Perception Review 2021-2022
This is the second time IWDA is undertaking a Partner Perception Review (PPR). Following the successful completion of the first PPR 2020-21, IWDA has made a commitment under its Strategic Plan Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Framework to ensure transparency and accountability to its partners (network of women’s rights organisations that IWDA funds) by inviting partners to take part in a second review: 2021-22 Partner Perception Review.
IWDA is particularly interested in their partners’ feedback on their experiences engaging with them over the last 12 months, and in order to achieve this, an independent consultant undertook a series of talanoa interviews to ensure honest and meaningful feedback was encouraged and documented confidentially.
Partners were given a set of four questions by independent consultant lead, ‘Ofa-Ki-Levuka Guttenbeil-Likiliki, to guide their responses:
- How has IWDA supported your work this past year?
- Could IWDA have done anything differently to provide more support to your work?
- How would you describe the approach IWDA takes to its work? Do you have any feedback about what you value most about IWDA’s approach? Do you have any feedback on how IWDA could be a more effective ally?
- In the past 12 months did IWDA do anything that surprised you (positive or negative) in their work? If so, what?
The responses and feedback from IWDA partners on IWDA and their work over the 2021-22 period will provide IWDA with insights into the effectiveness and impact of their work to promote organisational learning.
Highlights from the Partner Perception Review report
To accompany the written report, a short video containing voiced partner reflections is shared below.