The Joint CDAC and Ground Truth Solutions (GTS) project on Operationalising Localisation and the Participation Revolution: Communications Preparedness and Accountability for Disaster Response in Fiji and Vanuatu aims to assist local and regional organisations by ensuring effective communication and community engagement.
An assessment of the level and quality of surge capacity available for communication and community engagement in the humanitarian sector, with options for improving overall surge capacity and recommendations for CDAC Network and the sector.
A new media landscape guide for Dominica which provides an overview of the media channels that are available and provides some suggested formats for a more continuous and open conversation between humanitarian agencies and the affected population.
To set the strategic priorities of Shongjog, a multi-stakeholder platform on Communicating with Communities, a gap analysis study was commissioned. A summary and full version of the the study findings are available.
UNOCHA’s Humanitarian effectiveness in the age of the sustainable development goals highlights 12 of the elements that are critical to effective humanitarian assistance and protection, and describes five overarching shifts in mind-set and approach that can contribute to improvements in supporting people in crisis.
The CDAC Network 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, information exchange and community engagement.