A CDAC Network Podcast with the Flowminder organisation on how data from mobiles can tell responders where populations have gone and how it might be used also to monitor progress for the Sustainable Development Goals
Research into the dialogue and information flows when lives are at stake in South Sudan
Information gathering and dissemination can be vital skills that transform emergency response
Mobiles and Voices of Refugees: New research from BBC Media Action
Experienced responders say what communication and the CDAC Network achieves in disasters’- new video
Communicating with, and providing information to, people affected by crisis is increasingly being recognised as vital in humanitarian response. Communicating with communities is a growing field that helps to meet the information and communication needs of people affected by crisis. (Image: Reuters)
Do those recovering from an earthquake, or facing a new and frightening disease actually understand the aid worker?
As ‘Famine like conditions’ threaten South Sudan a CDAC Network backed group commits to communication with those bearing brunt of conflict.
In October 2015 the one of the biggest typhoons ever to hit the Philippines claimed the lives of more than forty people as it swept the ...
It is estimated that 25% fewer women than men use the Web in developing countries, with this gap widening to 45% in sub-Saharan Africa. ...
The CDAC Network aims to ensure that communities affected by, and prone to, crisis are better able to withstand and recover from humanitarian emergencies, and are actively engaged in decisions about the relief and recovery efforts in their country.