Innovation and Communication in Disasters

Organisation: CDAC Network | Feb 2017 Author: Martin Dawes
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Listening and reacting to people during a  crisis is a good way to make sure aid is going to the right place and is more appropriate. But its tough because it challenges the traditional 'top down' way of doing business. This report from the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016 under theme 'People at the Centre', illustrates some ways this is being done and is helping to reform aid.

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CDAC Network (CDAC-N) is a growing platform of more than 30 humanitarian, media development, social innovation, technology, and telecommunication organisations, dedicated to saving lives and making aid more effective through communication and information exchange

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