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Emergency Food Security and Livelihoods (EFSL) 48-hour Assessment Tool (Bahasa Indonesia)
ECB Project Case Study Simulating the worst to prepare the best: a study of humanitarian simulations and their benefits
Elementos fundamentales de Rendición de Cuentas
Les éléments clés de la redevabilité
AIM Standing Team Learning Workshop Report - Nepal, December 2012
ECB E-newsletter February 2013
As part of the ECB Project's commitment to documenting learning, several case studies are now available. The latest case study on emergency simulations in English, French and Spanish, captures the learning from nine multi-agency simulations between April 2010 and March 2012. Visit our ECB case study library.
Our latest learning
At the very heart of the ECB Project is the platform it provides for sharing experience and learning. The ECB advisory groups share their organisational policy, practice and strategies on a regular basis for example the Key Elements to Accountability a common agreement on the core principals agreed by our accountability specialists.
The Good Enough Guide to Impact Measurement and Accountability is a practical, pocket-sized guide for field practitioners who would like to learn about some tools and best practice to help you to gather two-way feedback from disaster affected communities. Download posters, leaflets and films in multiple languages that can be adapted for your own humanitarian programs.