Community and Organisational Perceptions Feedback: Cyclone Idai Response, Mozambique

Organisation: | Aug 2019 Author: CDAC Network
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On 14 March 2019, Cyclone Idai made landfall in Mozambique, causing havoc in the country and across the region. Following funding from the H2H Network, CDAC deployed a Communication, Community Engagement and Accountability (CCEA) Coordinator to Mozambique in early April based at UN OCHA, Beira supporting, among others, the Community Engagement working group.

In this perceptions survey, CDAC partner, Equip Mozambique, spoke to communities that had been affected by the Cyclone and had received aid to ascertain the perceived levels of community engagement from organisations that responded. The results demonstrate that while feedback and participation seem to have been successfully mainstreamed, such efforts have yet to be fully translated into fully tangible results. Read and download the report below.

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