Assessments and surveys
Community engagement and accountability is an important component of any assessment, as it helps to capture vital information that may not be available from other sources. Use these tools and resources to make sure that your assessment is transparent and captures the views and opinions of communities you work with.
15 March 2023
COVID-19 Perception Survey, Ecuador: March 2023
Organization:Ecuadorian Red Cross, IFRC
This survey was applied by Ecuadorian Red Cross (ERC) volunteers in 22 of the 24 provinces of the country and captures part of the participants’ perceptions towards the COVID-19 vaccine, three years into the pandemic.
15 March 2023
Cholera Perception Survey, Haiti: Jan 2023
Organization:Haitian Red Cross Society, IFRC
During December 2022, Cholera Perception Survey was implemented by Haitian Red Cross volunteers. The findings in this document, as well as the CEA recommendations, aim to facilitate regional decision-making to strengthen trust in Cholera vaccination processes.
15 March 2023
COVID-19 Regional Perception Survey, March 2023
This survey was implemented online by IFRC, and provides regional quantitative data on participants’ perceptions, fears and interests towards COVID-19 and its vaccination, 3 years into the pandemic.
9 January 2023
Context analysis report, Papua New Guinea
Organization:IFRC, Papua New Guinea Red Cross
This report presents the context analysis and needs assessment of the vulnerable population that the seven branches of the Papua New Guinea Red Cross reach. The findings cover the safety and support within the community, most important needs, disaster preparedness, access to essential health care, vaccination against COVID-19, preferred information channels and information needs, community engagement and accountability, and others that will inform programme priorities and planning.
27 June 2022
Summary of results and lessons: the 3FM pneumonia programme’s BCC process
Organization:Netherlands Red Cross
This short presentation outlines key results and a summary of lessons from a large pneumonia prevention and control programme in Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Mali, Sudan and Zambia (the 3FM programme), supported by Netherland’s Red Cross. Information on the behaviour change communication (BCC) process is included, as well as communication methods and key ingredients for success.
9 June 2022
The behaviour change communication (BCC) process
Organization:BEE Environmental Communication, Netherlands Red Cross
This video takes you through the steps used as part of a large pneumonia prevention and control programme in Cote d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Mali, Sudan and Zambia, to facilitate behaviour change. The centre of the approach was to motivate people to act by changing their behaviour, and building individual, family and community support systems around them. This method can be applied to other areas of work, not only health.
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