The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement always works in partnership with communities. In an emergency, it can be difficult to balance time and limited resources with our commitment to engage with the people in a meaningful way. These resources will offer useful guidance.
30 September 2021
Review of the evidence landscape on the RCCE interventions among the Rohingya refugees
Organization:Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform
This report is the first output in a body of work undertaken to identify operationally feasible suggestions to improve risk communication and community engagement efforts (RCCE) with displaced Rohingya people in Cox’s Bazar.
8 July 2021
Pre-Hurricane Conference Webinar
A webinar on the “Challenges, opportunities and lessons learned in communication and community engagement and accountability in disasters” during the Pre-Hurricane Conference held on Wednesday, June 23. More than 200 people connected to the session, participated and learned from the themes and examples of National Societies shared by IFRC.
9 December 2020
Flood preparedness and resilience in Latin America and the Caribbean social media template guidance
Organization:IFRC, Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance
A toolkit with risk communication materials for social media assets about what to do before, during and after a flood. Available in English and Spanish.
28 September 2020
Feedback mechanism, the guidelines: Hurricane Dorian operation
Organization:Bahamas Red Cross
As part of the Hurricane Dorian emergency appeal, a community feedback mechanism was established by Bahamas Red Cross and IFRC. In this context, this document provides guidelines on how to ensure a consistent community feedback mechanism across locations and sectors.
24 September 2020
Case study: Operating a feedback hotline in the Bahamas
Organization:IFRC, Bahamas Red Cross
This case study presents the process of establishing and operating a feedback hotline that was undertaken by the BRCS and the IFRC to support operational community engagement and accountability (CEA) efforts in The Bahamas.
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, as well as develop evidence of the added-value and limitations of collective approaches.
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