Digitization of Tools to Better Serve Humanitarian Partners
Organiser(s): Ahmad Khan, Arlini Timal

Information is most useful when contextualized and utilized to solve problems or answer questions. The Caribbean region hosts many initiatives to increase capacities and build resilience at the community and individual levels. Due to social distancing restrictions that are now as a result of COVID-19, the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement is more dedicated towards the creation and designing of simple digital tools that can easily share information to a wide range of stakeholders and IFRC partners.
This panel will focus on the methodology used to create some of these new digital products and databases such as the Community Monitoring Tool (CMT) Dashboard, which is a Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting (PMER), and Community Engagement and Accountability (CEA) tool developed by the IF ..

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