The Loop platform features
Loop is a tool to support broader engagement with people
to improve lives and change behavior at scale
Loop is free to affected populations and service providers.
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How we answer the nay sayers
'People who receive Aid are not used to giving feedback'
Loop believes that everyone has an opinion about the support and services that they receive. It is our constant endeavour to find ways for them to feel confident and be able to share this in a safe, meaningful, and transparent manner, so that it informs and affects positive social change.
'People receiving Aid don't always have access to technology or to the internet'
6 of the 7 billion global population have access to phones. 2.7 billion of these are smart phones. 90% of the global population is likely to have access to a phone by 2022. In comparison 4.5 billion people have access to working toilets.It will be important to ensure women, people in rural areas, people with disabilities, LGBQ communities, the most poor and other marginalised groups, will be able to give safe honest feedback.