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New Report: Closing the Information Loop in Haiti
17th May 2012
Information matters, especially for individuals affected by severe crises like the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. But critically, new research shows that listening to audiences may be just as important.
A new paper based on research done for Internews’ humanitarian information radio programme launched in Haiti after the earthquake shows that information is a critical component of any humanitarian assistance or development program. Marcus Garcia, owner of the Haitian radio station Melody FM, made the point plain and simple: “Information is as important as food.”
Read the report at: http://bit.ly/JwklHZ
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