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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

  • Guidance for Establishing an Affected Persons Information Centre

    Viktoria Lovrics and Andrej Verity | Oct 2014

    This guidance for establishing an Affected Persons Information Centre (APIC) was developed by Viktoria Lovrics, (Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Tornonto) and Andrej Verity (UNOCHA) with contributions from the CDAC Network Secretariat and CDAC Network Members including Internews, Translators without Borders, IoM, UNOCHA.

  • Typhoon Bopha Learning Review

    Oct 2014

    The CDAC Network Typhoon Bopha Learning Review explores the response from the humantiarian sector to the typhoon that struck the east coast of Mindanao in the southern Philippines on 4 December 2012, leaving at least 1000 people dead and displacing close to 1 million.

  • Communicating with Communities: A Case Study and Guide from Pakistan and Elsewhere

    Kelly, B. & Quentier, A. | Oct 2014

    The purpose of this IOM handbook is to highlight achievements, as well as ongoing efforts and future plans, in improving information delivery to and communication with affected communities. This guide highlights the lack of critical information in emergency response and what needs to be done to ensure that affected populations, especially ...

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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