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Strengthening Social Inclusion and Accountability through Community-Led Reconstruction in Post-Earthquake Nepal


It is widely recognised that working with, and on behalf of, a range of stakeholders and beneficiaries is essential for disaster recovery to be representative and equitable. Within the humanitarian sector, there has been an emphasis recently on greater inclusion and accountability to affected populations, but the implementation of this is complex and open to a variety of approaches and interpretations. Agencies within the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC)are at the forefront of developing inclusion, accountability and transparency (IAT), both in operational terms and in humanitarian policy.