Tools and Resources

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This is where you can find a range of resources in various formats available to you.

There are three categories:

  • Research and Reports
  • Tools, Checklists and Guidelines
  • 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.

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Research and Reports

Tools and Guidelines

CDAC Network Publications

Latest Resources

  • CDAC Facilitator’s Guide for Technical Training

    CDAC Network | Sep 2019

    The core document of CDAC’s Technical Training is the Facilitator’s Guide – a document that leads facilitators, agencies and staff through an all-inclusive journey in Communication and Community Engagement best practice.

  • Community and Organisational Perceptions Feedback: Cyclone Idai Response, Mozambique

    CDAC Network | Aug 2019

    In this perceptions survey, CDAC partners Equip Mozambique spoke to communities that had been affected by the Cyclone and received to ascertain the perceived levels of community engagement from organisations that responded.

  • Support models for local humanitarian innovation

    Research People | Jul 2019

    Inclusive approaches to humanitarian action are gaining ground and growing in number, but what does this look like in practice? Working with four groundbreaking innovation labs in Bangladesh, Kenya, Jordan and Philippines, we've been exploring ways of getting behind local initiatives to reduce disaster risks. Have a read!

About the CDAC Network

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.

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