Tools and Resources

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This section of the website is intended as a one-stop-shop for resources on #commisaid. It is made up of three sections:

  1. Research and Reports
  2. Tools and Guidelines
  3. CDAC Network Publications

For a full list of resources created or curated by the CDAC Network please check out our list of Tools and Resources.

This library of resources is continually updated as new materials become available. We are interested in hearing your views on the resources available on our website. If you’d like to comment on a resource, please use the comments boxes provided.

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Research and Reports

Tools and Guidelines

CDAC Network Publications

Latest Resources

  • Ebola Outbreak, Sierra Leone: Communications challenges and good practices

    Feb 2016

    ACAPS Project report on the Ebola response in Sierra Leone discusses the communication challenges and solutions resulting in behaviour change that helped in lowering the transmission of Ebola.

  • Leaving No One Behind: Humanitarian effectiveness in the age of the sustainable development goals

    Feb 2016

    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.

  • Participatory Video and the Most Significant Change

    InsightShare | Jan 2016

    This toolkit by Network Member InsightShare, is designed to support you in planning and carrying out evaluation using Participatory Video (PV) with the Most Significant Change (MSC) technique, or PVMSC for short. This is a participatory approach to monitoring, evaluation and learning that amplifies the voices of participants and helps organisations...

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The CDAC Network aims to ensure that communities affected by, and prone to, crisis are better able to withstand and recover from humanitarian emergencies, and are actively engaged in decisions about the relief and recovery efforts in their country.

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