Radyo Abante: A Collaborative Commitment to CwC & Accountability

Organisation: CDAC Network | Nov 2014 Author: CDAC Network
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This case study, which was written as part of the CDAC Network Typhoon Haiyan Learning Review, describes how a humanitarian radio station was set up and used during the response to Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.

It describes how humanitarian and media development agencies collaborated with local media actors to set up the station, and how it contributed to the accountability and effectiveness of the humanitarian response.

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