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The Center for Disaster Preparedness, with the support of Making All Voices Count, has recently concluded a research that sought to explore what national and local government mechanisms, tools, and platforms were needed in order to support the accountability and transparency of government interventions during disaster response in the Philippines, specifically during the Typhoon Haiyan. Among those platforms examined were the Open BUB, Open Reconstruction, OPARR, and eMPATHY.


The research also looked at how the Accountability to Affected Population and Communication with Communities Technical Working Groups can be further enhanced and replicated both vertically – among all political levels of the government – and horizontally – across different agencies, sectors and institutions, – so as to ensure that accountability and transparency are observed principles during disaster response.

Tools, platforms, and mechanisms to support accountability

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