Guinea: Research on the Impact of Community Engagement and Accountability Approaches in Public Health Emergencies
This case study was conducted as part of research commissioned by the IFRC on the impact of community engagement and accountability (CEA) on public health emergencies. The overall objective of the research is to identify, understand and document how CEA approaches have changed, impacted and/or influenced Red Cross Red Crescent programmes and community health systems during public health emergencies in five countries: Indonesia, Guatemala, Guinea, Georgia and Malawi.
This document presents the results of the research in Guinea.
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The case study is currently accessible in French, with an English version forthcoming.