Before, during and after an epidemic, it is essential to provide people with trusted, clear and effective information. Engaging with communities can help to prevent fear, panic and rumours from undermining response efforts.
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 March 2023
RCCE key message bank for cholera outbreaks
A Risk communication and community engagement key message bank for cholera outbreaks. These messages should be adapted to the local context and audience based on needs, epidemiological and social/behavioural data.
22 February 2023
Social, behavioural and community dynamics related to the cholera outbreak in Malawi
Organization:Collective Service RCCE
This brief is a rapid synthesis of socio-behavioural evidence relating to the 2022 cholera outbreak in Malawi intended for national and international response partners. It focuses on interpreting this evidence…
21 February 2023
Cholera outbreak: Resource guidance
This live document aims to support Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies and partners with key available thematic guides, tools, and resources on cholera. This document does not fully…
2 February 2023
Community feedback report, Nepal Red Cross Society
Organization:IFRC, Nepal Red Cross
A report on community feedback collected by Nepal Red Cross Society during the period 01/01/2022 – 31/10/2022. The report includes feedback on the COVID-19 vaccine, first aid, and WASH.
9 August 2022
Monkeypox RCCE messages (Americas)
A guidance note on how to communicate the risks, symptoms, treatment and prevention of Monkeypox to communities.
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