CEA Toolkit

These tools can be used to assess, design, implement, monitor and evaluate activities which relate to community engagement and accountability.

The toolkit should be used with our Community Engagement and Accountability Guide. You can adapt all of the tools to suit the needs of your project.

The complete toolkit is available to download below, or you can download individual elements separately.

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9 October 2019

Feedback starter-kit

Type:

Tool

Organisation:

IFRC

This feedback starter-kit responds to key questions and provides the most important tips for setting up and running a simple feedback mechanism. The kit includes an overview of templates containing the necessary basic elements to implement and run a feedback mechanism.

  • Feedback
  • Tools

19 September 2019

CEA Toolkit

Type:

Tool

Organisation:

IFRC

A toolkit produced by the IFRC and the ICRC to support the assessment, design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of CEA activities within programmes and operations.

  • Guide
  • Tools
  • Training

19 September 2019

CEA Toolkit (Spanish language)

Type:

Tool

Organisation:

IFRC

A Spanish language toolkit produced the IFRC and the ICRC to support the assessment, design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of community engagement and accountability activities.

  • Guide
  • Tools
  • Training

19 September 2019

CEA Toolkit (French language)

Type:

Tool

Organisation:

IFRC

A French language toolkit produced by the IFRC and the ICRC to support the assessment, design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of community engagement and accountability activities.

  • Guide
  • Tools
  • Training

2 July 2019

Let’s talk about integrity – CEA guidance note

Type:

Training Material

Organisation:

IFRC

A Community Engagement and Accountability guidance note from the IFRC which provides practical tips on how to initiate open and safe discussions around integrity issues. It includes a group exercise on integrity.

  • Accountability

1 July 2019

CEA infographic: multiple communication channels

Type:

Infographic

Organisation:

IFRC

This IFRC/ ICRC infographic shows how adopting a 'multiple communication channels' approach can improve knowledge, motivate action, promote participation and enable change.

  • Accountability
  • Communication
  • Information as aid