Community Response Map is currently used in various contexts where community feedback is collected, coded and mapped, serving as a tool to monitor projects, evaluate their progress and share their outcomes.
Afghanistan is marked by unprecedented levels of conflict, displacement and return. IOM Afghanistan conducts regular monitoring to assess the effectiveness of assistance provideed in order to increase accountability in the field. This continuous feedback mechanism also contributes to the identification of gaps and informs ongoing and future programmatic interventions.Visit Project
Supports accountability to, and two-way communication between humanitarian responders and communities of Myanmar nationals currently living without official documentation in the Cox’s Bazar region of Bangladesh.Visit Project
Since April 2015, due to the political crises in Burundi, more than 190,000 Burundians have been displaced outside the country. The exact number of Internationally Displaced People (IDPs) has not yet been determined since many are temporally staying with host families. Many sources of information have become unavailable since the start of the crises and communities are unable to access reliable information.Visit Project
Since January 2014, an estimated 3 million Iraqis have been displaced by the conflict between government and armed opposition groups in central, south and northern Iraq. Displaced Iraqis often have limited, and sometimes conflictual, information regarding the provision of and access to basic services.Visit Project
Providing reliable data on migrant deaths and disappearances on international borders around the world
By compiling more complete and timely data, this project seeks to bring greater attention to the extent of the tragedy and create a greater sense of urgency to act as well as provide improved documentation to guide effective policy and response.Visit Project
Within the framework of the Global Assistance to Irregular Migrants (GAIM) project, a targeted information campaign has been launched in Sri Lanka to increase awareness of the dangers of irregular migration and migrant smuggling in vulnerable communities. Community Response Map measures the geographic spread and effectiveness of outreach activities by gauging comprehension of key messages and follow-up surveys on issues related to safe migration. It also captures the experience of migrants who have returned to Sri Lanka and benefited from reintegration assistance through the GAIM projectVisit Project