SAVE- Listening to Communities in Insecure Environments

Organisation: | Oct 2016 Author: Lotte Ruppert, Elias Sagmeister and Julia Steets
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Lessons from Community Feedback Mechanisms in Afghanistan, Somalia and Syria. This report is part of the Secure Access in Volatile Environments (SAVE) research programme undertaken by Humanitarian Outcomes and the Global Public Policy Institute. The overall goal of this three-year programme is to contribute to solutions for providing effective and accountable humanitarian action amid high levels of insecurity. The SAVE study was
supported by a research grant from UK DFID.

Source: Humanitarian Outcomes and GPPI

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