Carefully crafted and well-timed feedback from stakeholders can make a big difference to the quality of research reports. It can also improve the usefulness of recommendations made and the morale of those involved.

This short guide helps Tearfund staff, or other NGO practitioners engaged in collaborative research, to give effective feedback on draft reports.

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