When Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines in 2013, a number of national and local government tools, platforms and mechanisms were put in place to support the coordination of national government efforts to respond to the disaster. Many of these tools, platforms and mechanisms are web-based and accessible to the public. Some are specific to disaster risk reduction, while others are more general in nature.
This research assesses all of these devices in terms of how well they supported, and continue to support, the accountability and transparency of government interv
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