“As a movement we have no choice than being accountable to people.” Abbas Gullet, Secretary General of Kenya Red Cross Society Kenya Red Cross Society has published new independent research documenting their experience and lessons learned in mainstream …
In order to work towards the aim of the Strategic Plan 2020 to integrate CEA into all work of the Myanmar Red Cross Society, in 2016 a set of Minimum Standards and a supporting toolkit were developed with support from IFRC.
This brief guide, provides advice on how to use social media effectively to engage with, and be accountable to, affected people through practical tips and case studies from within the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and the wider sector. The guide was developed by IFRC and ICRC with the support of OCHA.
The IFRC and ICRC, with support from OCHA, have published a brief guide on how to use social media to engage people affected by crisis.
‘When a woman has health concerns, she may not always feel comfortable discussing them with a male doctor. Based on our suggestion, the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society arranged for a female doctor to be recruited. We consulted with her, and received prescriptions and medicines.’
In December 2015, the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society and the IFRC decided to film the baseline study being carried out for a new complaints and response mechanism for community-based disaster risk reduction and water, sanitation and hygiene programmes …
This poster provides information on a Red Cross hotline with the relevant telephone numbers, opening hours, available languages and more.
A man in a woolly knitted cap stumbles and lurches his way through the audience seated on the ground and on to the makeshift stage; two women squabble as they try to fill their plastic bucket at an imaginary water tap.
This form provides good, neutral or bad rating options about clinic services.
This poster informs people of a Red Cross Suggestion Box, provides instructions on how to submit feedback and informs what will be done with the feedback.