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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

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Research and Reports

Tools and Guidelines

CDAC Network Publications

Latest Resources

  • Are we there yet? Children's views on Haiyan Recovery and the Road Ahead

    Save The Children | Nov 2014

    One year on from the devastation caused by Super-Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda, SCI Philippines released an assessment report based on children’s feedback and rating of the response and support provided in the aftermath of the disaster.

  • Starting the Conversation: Information, Feedback and Accountability in Post-Typhoon Philippines

    IOM | Nov 2014

    As the one year anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan approaches on 8 NOVEMBER 2014, IOM launched a new report assessing its Communications with Communities (CwC) efforts to engage the affected population in the months following the disaster. The report ‘Starting the Conversation: Information, Feedback and Accountability in Post-Typhoon Philippines’ ...

  • Working Paper: Communicating with Communities and Accountability

    Oct 2014

    This short paper explores what is understood by ‘communicating with communities’ (CwC) as an approach, and considers its relationship with accountability. Many CDAC Network Members were engaged in the development of this paper (as interviewee, peer reviewer or in follow-up discussions), alongside key initiatives and stakeholders external to the ...

About the CDAC Network

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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