As a participant on a peer exchange or study visit to a World Habitat Award winning project, we want to hear your stories of its impact on your work. We’d also like your feedback to help us improve how we support people to learn from each other. If you have any questions on this survey, please feel free to email email@example.com. PERSONAL DETAILSPersonal details will only be used for the purpose of contacting interviewees. We may use your quotes/testimonials in internal reports, external publications and on our website and we will contact you to request your consent.Name: Forename Surname Email: Organisation:Job Title:Phone (please include country and area codes):Twitter (if any):LinkedIn (if any):GENERAL FEEDBACK1. Which World Habitat peer exchange(s) or study visit(s) have you attended? 2017: Caño Martín Peña Community Land Trust, Puerto Rico 2016: Self-Help Housing in the North of England, United Kingdom 2015: Y-Foundation, Finland 2015: Hebron Old City Rehabilitation Programme, Palestine 2014: The 100,000 Homes Campaign, USA 2013: FUCVAM South-South Cooperation, Uruguay 2012: Healthabitat/CHDS Village Sanitation Project, Housing for Health, Australia/Nepal 2012: Community Programme for Neighbourhood Improvement, Mexico 2011: Ekostaden Augustenborg, Sweden 2011: Better Life Association for Comprehensive Development Local Housing Movement Program in Minia, Egypt 2010: ‘Caprichando a Morada’: Living well is part of human dignity, Brazil 2010: Building Partnerships to Eradicate Poverty, Poland 2009: Preventing Typhoon Damage to Housing, Central Viet Nam 2009: Champlain Housing Trust – Community Land Trust Innovation, USA 2008: ZukunftsWerkStadt Leinefelde, Germany 2008: Ecomaterials in Social Housing Projects, Cuba 2007: Building and Construction Improvement Programme, Pakistan 2007: Johannesburg Housing Company, South Africa 2006: Energy Efficient Straw-bale Housing Project, China 2006: Solar Housing Renovation in Gårdsten, Sweden 2005: La Paz Post-earthquake Reconstruction Programme, El Salvador 2005: The Eldonian Village, Liverpool, UK 2004: Common Ground Community, USA 2004: Rural Health and Environment Programme, Orissa, India 2003: Architect in the Community Programme, Cuba 2002: Orangi Low-cost Housing Programme, Pakistan 2001: Chagas 2000, Bolivia 2000: Promotion of Woodless Construction in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger 1999: The Grameen Bank Low-cost Housing Programme, Bangladesh 1998: Urban Management in Curitiba: Building Full Citizenship, Brazil 1997: Viviendas del Hogar de Cristo, Ecuador 1995: Indore Habitat Project, India 1994: Ju’er Hutong Courtyard Housing Project, China 1993: The Kampung Improvement Programme, Indonesia 1993: Tampines Town, Singapore 1992: The Core Shelter Housing Project, Philippines 1991: National Housing Programme, 1986-1990, Costa Rica 1990: One Million House Programme, Sri Lanka 1989: Rural Housing Programme, Malawi 2. Did you find the peer exchange or study visit useful to your work either in the short term or long term?YesNoWhy and in what way has it been useful?Why not?KNOWLEDGE SHARING AND DISSEMINATION3. Have you been able to share the knowledge gained on the peer exchange/study visit through any of the following? (tick all that apply) Presentation to other person/persons in your place of work Presentation to other groups or organisations outside your place of work Word of mouth amongst your network Lectures to university students Other (please specify) 4. Have you shared information on the project through any print and/or electronic media?YesNoIf yes, please give details (and website links if any).TRANSFER5. Has the knowledge you gained on the peer exchange/study visit been applied in your work?YesNoIf yes, please give details.6. Have you encountered any barriers to the adaptation and/or transfer of any elements of the project to your work or in your particular context?YesNoIf yes, please give details.7. What follow-up activities to the visit (if any) do you feel could be usefully undertaken to help facilitate transfer of the project?By World HabitatBy the hostsBy the participantsNETWORKS8. Are you in contact with any of the other participants that went on the peer exchange/study visit?YesNoIf yes, please give details.9. Are you in contact with the host organisation (i.e. the winner of the World Habitat Award)?YesNoIf yes, please give details.10. Have you encountered any barriers to keeping in contact with your fellow participants, with World Habitat or with the host organisation?YesNoIf yes, please give details.11. Do you have any suggestions on how ongoing contact after the peer exchange can be maintained with your fellow participants, with World Habitat or with the host organisation?COMMENTS/SUGGESTIONS12. Lastly we would like to hear your comments or suggestions on how we can improve peer exchange activities.Presentations on the project by the host organisationField visitsMeetings/discussions with residents and other stakeholdersExchange of information amongst participants (presentations, discussions, etc)Network of contacts establishedFollow-up to the peer exchangeOther (please specify)Thank You!