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High-Frequency Mobile Communication Drives Resilience Learning in Somalia

03/05/2018

The Food Security Cluster (FSC) Preparedness and Resilience Working Group (PRWG) launched a call for good practices on preparedness and resilience-building approaches and activities among its partners.

Under the Somalia Towards Reaching Resilience (STORRE) and the Resilience and Economic Activity in Luuq (REAL) projects, CARE and World Vision International have developed a high-frequency mobile communication platform in Somalia. The platform ensures a greater flow and exchange of information beyond standard assessments and monitoring to allow learning throughout the project cycle. 

The project followed a multi-stakeholder approach with components implemented by CARE and World Vision International as well as support for documentation and lessons learnt exercises by Tulane University.

 

The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of CARE, World Vision International and Tulane University and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

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