Ann Kite Yo Pale: Let Them Speak

Best Practice and Lessons Learned in Communication with Disaster Affected Communities: Haiti 2010

Ann Kite Yo Pale: Let Them Speak
Author(s):
Imogen Wall and Yves GeraLd Chéry | InfoasAid

This report, published by infoasaid, captures practical case studies and best practice in communications with affected communities during the 2010 responses in Haiti. Internews and the BBC World Service Trust are partners in infoasaid, a DfID funded consortium focusing on improving how aid agencies communicate with disaster affected communities.

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