Complaint and feedback mechanisms are missing the voices of women and people with restricted mobility
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How Rohingya people think and talk about mental health
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Rohingya information preferences and perspectives
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Learning review research for TWB trained community-based interpreters in Nigeria
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Localized communication minimizes the impact of Ebola in DRC
The response to the 11th Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) proved the merits of local, multilingual communication with communities. TWB’s […]
In the loop: developing effective complaints and feedback mechanisms
Complaints and feedback mechanisms are an essential part of the humanitarian community’s ability to be held accountable for the assistance and protection we deliver. […]
Language barriers in the humanitarian response in Northeast Nigeria
MSNA language data can help humanitarians communicate better with affected people
Are they listening? The challenges and opportunities of multilingual audio communication in Borno State
People affected by the conflict in linguistically diverse Northeast Nigeria need to give and receive critical information in multiple languages. Options for doing so […]
The 2021 multi-sector needs assessments (MSNAs) should collect data on the languages of affected people
The 2021 multi-sector needs assessments (MSNAs) are a critical opportunity to strengthen the evidence base for effective and accountable humanitarian response plans. Humanitarian donors […]