Communication is aid

infoasaid.org

An animation video giving an overview on the importance of communication in emergency response but the principles of two way communications can be applied to any context and highlights that communication is a form of aid.

Resource type - Background information in video format

Resource application - To sensitise staff on how information is aid and the importance of accurate and transparent information.

Low skills and resources required to view short video and consider how communities are receiving information.

Pillar: Beneficiary participation
Building Blocks: transparency

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