Accountability Matters in Emergencies: Listening to children and responding to their feedback during our humanitarian response in Myanmar (Burma)


How can we make ourselves more accountable to the children and communities we work with and for when we respond to humanitarian disasters?

This case study shows how we made ourselves accountable to children and families after the cyclone that struck Myanmar in 2008. We set up information centres in local communities where children and families could feed back on our emergency response. Find out what we achieved, how we did it - including the tools we used - and the lessons we learned.