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Research on the impact of community engagement and accountability approaches in public health emergencies


Research on the impact of community engagement and accountability (CEA) approaches in public health emergencies. Plan Eval developed case studies for Guinea, Malawi, Indonesia, Georgia, and Guatemala using a participatory approach and combining qualitative (30 in-depth interviews, 16 focus-group discussions, desk review) and quantitative (analysis of indicators, survey with IFRC/RCRC staff). The results of this research will serve as a reference for future crises and support future fundraising and awareness campaigns.


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Research on the impact of community engagement and accountability approaches in public health emergencies