CARE International UK is conducting fieldwork in order to learn from crisis affected people and co-develop best-practice guidelines for the implementation of self-recovery post-disaster responses
CENDEP is coordinating the project partners' research activities in order to promote shared learning about the process of self-recovery and to disseminate this within and beyond the humanitarian sector.
CRS is conducting fieldwork in Malawi to test, adapt and refine the Protocol for Informing Choice for Better Shelter and to analyse the impact of CRS's past response to flooding in 2015. They are working closely with CRAterre in Malawi.
CRAterre will be working closely with CRS in Malawi, building on their expertise in context analysis and developing the Protocol for Informing Choice for Better Shelter.
Habitat will be working to test and further refine its market assessment tool in order to improve disaster preparedness in a variety of contexts.
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