Accountability matters in emergencies. Listening to children and responding to their feedback during Save the Children's humanitarian response in Myanmar (Burma)

In the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis that devastated Myanmar in May 2008, and as part of Save the Children's efforts to improve accountability to children and their communities within an emergency context, Save the Children Myanmar undertook an evaluation of their emergency response, actively involving children in the feedback process. This case study concerns the creation of information centres in local communities in Myanmar where children and families were able to feedback on Save the Children's emergency response. It also shares key achievements and lessons learned in emergencies.

Published 2011-04-19

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