CEA and Earthquakes
22 February 2023
Engaging communities to build resilience and accountability mechanisms
A case study on engaging communities to build resilience and accountability mechanisms after the Nepal 2015 earthquake.
12 April 2022
Trust must be earned: Perceptions of aid in Haiti
A report capturing findings from a survey carried out by Ground Truth with people affected by the 2021 earthquake in Haiti to compare their expectations of humanitarian workers and programmes with their experiences of aid in reality.
22 February 2022
Haiti Six Months On: Good Intentions, Bad Memories and Local Frustrations
A learning review into the effectiveness of Community Engagement and Accountability in the 2021 Haiti Earthquake Response. This review is designed to help the Haiti response efforts to improve collective CEA in Haiti.
1 July 2020
Collective approaches to communication and community engagement in the Central Sulawesi response
Organization:Humanitarian Policy Group
This case study is part of a wider project commissioned by UNICEF on behalf of the CCEI to identify solutions to address current bottlenecks and challenges in the Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami response, as well as develop evidence of the added-value and limitations of collective approaches.
8 April 2020
CEA in emergency operations
Organization:Philippine Red Cross
This case study sums up the experiences of Philippine Red Cross (PRC) in engaging the affected communities of the Batanes Earthquake. It features the key role of Community Engagement and Accountability (CEA) in emergency operations to enhance community acceptance.
26 March 2020
Community Engagement and Accountability: A learning review from Nepal
Organization:British Red Cross
A learning review of the Community Engagement and Accountability (CEA) activities implemented in Nepal by the NRCS, with support from BRC, between 2014 – 2018
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