Matrix of resources on Communicating with Communities and Accountability to Affected Populations

Organisation: CDAC Network | Apr 2018 Author: IASC AAP PSEA Task Team & CDAC Network
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Following the release of the revised Commitments on Accountability to Affected Populations, a two-page guidance note for principals and senior managers has been developed to accompany them (Annex 1).  Rather than developing a set of new guidelines, the note has adapted the relevant Grand Bargain's Participation Revolution recommendations and the Core Humanitarian Standard.

 

Furthermore, CDAC Network and the Inter-agency Steering Committee's Task Team on Accountability to Affected Populations and Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse have developed and endorsed a matrix of resources (Annex 2) for Communicating with Communities and Accountability to Affected Populations to help managers and practitioners navigate the various resources available.

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