Developing 'community friendly' weather reports - a blog by CDAC Network's Angela Rouse
It is time for humanitarian agencies to lobby for global tariff free imports on goods essential for emergency response, including radios, argues John McGrath of Freeplay Energy, in this blog for International Radio Day.
Farmer Astha in Jamalpur, Bangladesh on flood warnings, aid distributions and why its good to hear information while drinking tea with others
Do you track rumours, misinformation or disinformation as part of your work? Know what to do next when you have identified a rumour to manage it? If you are currently working on rumour tracking and management we want to hear about your work.
Establishing a network of labs to identify and support the development of innovative solutions to disaster preparedness. Learn more at a Webinar on Wednesday 25th January at 09.00 UK. Register https://zoom.us/meeting/register/138562b6d9142f2b8c34be5db4a05ad8
When disasters hit people need good information as well as food, water and shelter. What should they do to be safe, are loved ones alive and where can they receive help? As relief arrives, communication, listening and engagement with those most affected is essential to help create a better and more accountable response. See why here. (Image: Action Aid)
Farmer Astha in Jamalpur, Bangladesh on flood warnings, aid distributions and why its good to hear information while drinking tea with ...
How bringing forward arguments for the elderly and disabled shaped flooding response in Pakistan
Was it the right aid, and was it explained? Would cash be better?
Network knowledge and expertise helping form the WHS ‘Grand Bargain’ commitment
CDAC Network (CDAC-N) is a growing platform of more than 30 humanitarian, media development, social innovation, technology, and telecommunication organisations, dedicated to saving lives and making aid more effective through communication and information exchange