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18 May 2018 description

Shongjog has a study to understand the information and communication needs of communities in flood prone riverine and cyclone prone coastal areas of Bangladesh.

18 May 2018 description

While several humanitarian organisations are working to mainstream CwC in their programme designs in Bangladesh, it is undeniable that the advantages of CwC can be realised at a much greater scale if this can be sensitised and mainstreamed across the private sector in Bangladesh.

This scoping study looked at the activities already being carried out by private sector organisations in response to disasters and examined the scope for mainstreaming CwC in their future CSR activities and disaster response design?

27 Nov 2017 description

This 48-page guide aims to enhance knowledge and capacity of volunteers regarding communication with communities in implementing disaster emergency response and recovery activities. Chapter topics include Volunteerism in Disasters, Community Involvement in Emergency Response, and Ensuring Volunteers' Safety in Implementing Emergency Response and Recovery.

17 Sep 2017 description
report Shongjog

Introduction and Purpose

Shongjog (the multi-stakeholder platform on Communication with Communities in Bangladesh) is collecting and collating feedback from communities affected by floods in Bangladesh. This report covers the period 3-16 September and includes a summary of community feedback from the following sources:

• Feedback captured by ICCO Cooperation’s mobile-enabled community engagement activity, in Gaibandha District

13 Sep 2017 description
report Shongjog

Introduction and purpose

Shongjog (the multi-stakeholder platform on Communication with Communities in Bangladesh) is working to collect and collate feedback from communities affected by floods in Bangladesh. This report includes a summary of community feedback from a range of sources, including:

• Feedback captured by ICCO Cooperation’s mobile-enabled community engagement activity, in Gaibandha district