Surveys can be a very powerful tool to get a full picture of an issue or problem. A Community-led Survey, unlike a conventional survey, is not only about collecting information – it also allows for information and insights to be exchanged between the community and the research team.  In this video tutorial, Tom Weerachat from the International Accountability Project (IAP) provides an overview of the process of designing and conducting a survey with the participation of community members:


Download the presentation on Developing and conducting community-led Surveys used in the video above. 

For more detailed information on community-led surveys, read IAP’s Guide on community-led survey

Download IAP’s Template for community-led research which can be adapted to your own context to gather data on the impacts and community perceptions of development projects.