MEPPI Impact Evaluation Survey

The MEPPI Impact Evaluation Survey 2020 aims to understand the overall impact of MEPPI on the preservation of photograph collections in the Middle East and North Africa; and the type and extent of institutional support available to MEPPI alumni.

- Whom should fill the survey?
MEPPI Alumni and their institutions.

- What will be done with the information?

Information obtained will be analyzed and the findings will be shared with the partners and stakeholders in a report which will be fully anonymized.

Last day for entries: 15 February 2020, 23.59 Beirut Time
. Date Extended to 29 February 2020, 23.59 Beirut Time.


We thank you in advance for the time it will take you to respond.

Survey in Arabic
Survey in English

About Middle East Photograph Preservation Initiative

The Middle East Photograph Preservation Initiative (MEPPI) is a strategic multi-year program designed to raise awareness about the importance of preserving the region’s photographic heritage. Launched in 2009 with a pilot workshop, it has grown into a multi-faceted initiative with an ambitious program of complementary research and capacity-building objectives.

MEPPI is led jointly by the Arab Image Foundation, the Art Conservation Department at the University of Delaware, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Getty Conservation Institute.

MEPPI is supported by a generous grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and additional funding from the Getty Conservation Institute.

Middle East Photograph Preservation Initiative
Zoghbi Building, 4th Floor, 337 Gouraud Street, Gemmayzeh, Beirut, Lebanon