CEA and Migration
The resources and tools on this page can be used to incorporate CEA into your migration responses.
26 November 2020
Community participatory appraisal with migrant population in Ecuador
A case study on community participatory appraisals with migrant populations in Ecuador implemented by the ERC with the aim to obtain a better knowledge and understanding of the main problems faced by the migrant population and identify migrants’ resources to deal with such problems.
26 October 2020
Migrant satisfaction surveys on Health Days in Peru
Organization:IFRC, Peruvian Red Cross
A case study on the implementation of satisfaction surveys which were used to collect feedback from migrant populations on health services in Peru during ‘Health Days’. Health Days were set up by the Peruvian Red Cross with support from IFRC in response to the lack of available health services for migrants in Peru.
24 September 2020
Covid-19/migration WhatsApp Business line
A case study of the WhatsApp business line that was set up in Peru to provide remote assistance to migrants affected by the COVID-19 crisis. Available in English and Spanish.
27 July 2020
Accountability, feedback & complaints mechanisms in humanitarian responses to migration
This guidance document provides an overview of accountability to affected people and where feedback and complaints mechanisms fit. It outlines some of the challenges of migration contexts, as well as highlights the lessons learned by organisations implementing feedback and complaints mechanisms in migration contexts.
23 July 2020
Toolkit: “I’ll explain it with clay”
A toolkit containing links to videos which use clay figures to address topics relating to COVID-19, such as stigma and rumours, as well as issues surrounding migration, including social inclusion. Available in English and Spanish.
11 June 2020
AVAIL project: Refugees support new arrivals with Life Skills course
Organization:British Red Cross
A video on the British Red Cross’ ‘Life Skill’ course. For people who are seeking asylum in the UK, Life Skills courses are designed and delivered by peer educators who have themselves experienced the asylum process, as well as the ups-and-downs of adjusting to life in a new country. Find out more: https://media.ifrc.org/ifrc/2019/09/03/refugees-support-new-arrivals-british-red-cross-life-skills-course/
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