Still left in the dark? How people in emergencies use communication to survive – and how humanitarian agencies can help
"DRC then applied to the Humanitarian Innovation Fund (HIF) for support to establish mechanisms, primarily SMS, whereby beneficiaries could contact the project directly with feedback and complaints, and to support their social media work ..."
This strategic programmatic note, presented by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) and the Danish Demining Group (DDG), outlines a joint strategy which operationalizes the principles of the Geneva Declaration on Armed Violence and Development in the context of SomaliaDownload DRC DDG Joint Strategy - Stabilising Somalia SEPT 2010
Community Driven & Recovery Development (CDRD) articulates the community's self-perception and future vision and offers a development plan to realize that vision. The plan generally comprises a series of prioritized actions beginning with specific tangible subprojects. Through the community-driven process, community members review and analyze their resources and needs, prioritize their requirements,
In postconflict transitions, CDRD may be used to support the evolution of war-torn areas from conflict to reconstruction and resumption of delivery of basic social services and then to long-term development using demand-led, participatory approaches that increase empowerment and accountability through community ownership over making decisions and allocating resources. CDRD, which is an efficient instrument for addressing
Through the community-driven process, communities analyze their resources and needs, prioritize their requirements, develop a plan of action, receive and manage resources, carry out their projects, and ensure quality and accountability.
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