Case studies: Asia-Pacific

Browse case studies from the Asia-Pacific region, including case studies on CEA and Cash, using social media for community engagement, and community-led solutions.

3 July 2019

Typhoon Bopha – communicating to save lives

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Case Study

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IFRC

An IFRC Case Study on Typhoon Bopha, which hit Mindanao Island in the Philippines in December 2012. It details the Red Cross response to the disaster, and the channels of communication used to liaise with the community.

  • Communication
  • Response
  • Typhoon

3 July 2019

Community Engagement and Accountability Minimum Standards: formulation and integration into the work of the Myanmar Red Cross

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Case Study

Organization:

Myanmar Red Cross

An IFRC case study on ‘Community Engagement and Accountability Minimum Standards: Formulation and Integration into the Work of the Myanmar Red Cross’. It details the standards and tools used to ensure good CEA practice.

  • Accountability
  • Good practice

3 July 2019

Case study: the role of beneficiary communications in building resilience

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Case Study

Organization:

Indonesian Red Cross

An IFRC case study on ‘The Role of Beneficiary Communication in Building Resilience’. It details the work of the Indonesian Red Cross in Sumatra and includes recommendations for programmatic and institutional change.

  • Community
  • Information
  • Resilience

3 July 2019

Case study: malaria prevention through social media

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Case Study

Organization:

IFRC

An IFRC case study about ‘Malaria Prevention Through Social Media’. It details the use of social media, mobile and web-based technologies to improve communication with affected communities in the Asia Pacific Region.

  • Africa
  • Communication
  • Disease
  • CEA and Health

3 July 2019

Our commitments to: accountability to beneficiaries and the communities where we work

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Case Study

Organization:

IFRC

An IFRC case study on, ‘Integrating Community Engagement and Accountability into Disaster Risk Reduction Activities if the Maternal, Newborn and Child Healthcare Programme in Rural Myanmar’.

  • Case study
  • Disaster reduction

3 July 2019

Communicating with beneficiaries: a two-way dialogue

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Case Study

Organization:

IFRC

An IFRC case study on ‘Communicating with Beneficiaries: a Two-Way Dialogue’, a beneficiary communications programme in Pakistan which uses means such as radio, SMS and face-to-face contact to communicate with people.

  • Communication
  • Information
  • Technology