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Oxfam America's community-based Drought Early Warning Surveillance approach

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Resource type:Presentations
Language:English
Keywords:Accountability and Participation, Disaster preparedness, Disaster preparedness, resilience and risk reduction, Disasters, Drought, Early warning, National & regional actors, Participation, Regional
Agency:Oxfam
Author(s):Chan, J.
Date published:11 March 2014

The presentation includes background information on the design, tools and techniques that were collaboratively implemented by Oxfam America, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and a Local NGO for setting up a community Drought Early Warning Surveillance (DEWS) as a pilot project. The pilot engaged community members and local government in data generation, feedback and information sharing on data gathered and analysed through DEWS.

The presentation also reflected on the impact of DEWS on promoting community level preparedness to respond to the crisis by having a voice at both local government and other humanitarian actors’ level for timely response.

 

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