Are you Listening Now? Community Perspectives on Communication with Communities during the Nepal earthquake

Organisation: CDAC Network | Aug 2016 Author: Margie Buchanan-Smith, Subindra Bogati and Sarah Routley, with Srijana Nepal, Sweta Khadka, Yamima Bomjan and Neha Uprety
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This study is a rare effort to explore the views and experiences of communities affected by the Nepal earthquakes in April and May 2015, to find out how and whether their information needs were met. It aims to fill a knowledge gap about the relative contribution of humanitarian responders to communicate with communities in the months after the two earthquakes

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