December 2020 – May 2021 | Global strategy reflecting the latest changes in context and knowledge
From the RCCE Collective Service: “The first COVID-19 global risk communication and community engagement (RCCE) strategy was published in March 2020. Since then, our knowledge about the disease has greatly increased, as has our understanding of how people are affected by and are responding to it. This new RCCE strategy reflects these changes in context and knowledge. The strategy reflects the experiences and views of a range of partners working on RCCE. It builds on but replaces the first RCCE global strategy, and is supported by existing RCCE guidance materials.”
Download | COVID-19 Global Risk Communication and Community Engagement Strategy (48 pages | 1.2MB .pdf)
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