Research on the Impact of Community Engagement and Accountability Approaches in Public Health Emergencies – Indonesia Case Study

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Date published
21 Oct 2023
Case study
Accountability to affected populations (AAP)

This case study was conducted as part of research commissioned by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) on the impact of community engagement and accountability in public health emergencies. The overall objective of the research is to identify, understand and document how community engagement and accountability approaches have changed, impacted and/or influenced National Societies’ programmes and community-health systems during public health emergencies. The research has been conducted in five different countries: Guinea, Georgia, Guatemala, Indonesia and Malawi. Based on initial discussions between the IFRC and National Societies, these five sites were selected to document a variety of community engagement and accountability practices within various communities across the world and during the response of different public health emergencies