In 2020 CDAC began operations to support the inception and integration of a common services approach to Accountability to Affected People (AAP), communication and engagement with communities to enable enhanced accountability, community acceptance, trust building and a more effective response in Burkina Faso. Here's how it went.
Case studies on the national Communication and Community Engagement (CCE) platforms in Fiji and Vanuatu.
Tropical Cyclone Harold, which made landfall in Vanuatu on 6 April 2020 was the first time the Vanuatu CCE Sub-Cluster was activated in an emergency, and its preparedness work put to the test. This photo essay outlines what happened.
This photo story from the CCEA coordinator, Mercedes Sayagues, outlines some of the critical work that was done by CDAC Network members and other partners in getting information to those most affected by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique
In August 2017 large parts of Bihar in India were flooded along with other parts of North India, Nepal and Bangladesh. First Response Radio India responded to provide vital relief information, psychosocial support and opportunities for affected communities to communicate with authorities and each other. This case study captures what happened.
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.