Research & Communication

Research & Communication

Documentation

  1. Water Crisis in Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement (August 2019)

Currently available on request, to relevant stakeholder community only.  

Resources

  1. Family Devotional Guide 
  2. Monthly News Digest
  3. News Digest
  4. Magazine

Description

Research and communication is a core program of Hope Community Action with focus on sustainable peace processes and essential basic needs; access to safe water, education and family leadership.  This program involves three essential stages:

  1. Research:  Studying an overarching problem and documenting findings
  2. Communication:  Sharing findings and recommendations with core stakeholders.  
  3. Review:  Reviewing outcomes of our communication and impact of stakeholder response towards the problem.  This helps to ascertain whether the problem is now resolved or whether an additional study is required to fully analyze causes of the continuing problem.  

Sustainable Peace Processes

Focus is on conflict areas including refugee communities.

Access to Safe Water

Focus is on vulnerable communities including refugee settlements. 

Accomplished research projects in this component:

  • Access to safe water in Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement (August 2019).  

Education

Focus is on vulnerable communities including refugee settlements.

Family Leadership

Focus is on family communication, faith and influence towards good character. 

News Digest

Our news digest is published monthly.  It’s a prayer and motivation journal that integrates exciting activity updates from the entire Great Lakes region wherever our ministries are.  

Annual Magazine

We hope to make a difference as we work in partnership with Churches and community leaders to share valuable experiences and inspiration through a research-powered magazine.

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