COVID-19 Risk Communication and Community Engagement Toolkit for Humanitarian Actors (“RCCE Toolkit”)

The purpose of this toolkit is to offer non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other humanitarian response actors a suite of guidance and tools they can use to rapidly plan and integrate Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) into their COVID-19 response. This toolkit is updated regularly.

Safe In-Person Community Engagement Operational Tools for COVID-19

Remote and In-Person Community Engagement Technical Guidelines for COVID-19

Radio and Digital Engagement Tools

Engage Religious Leaders

Address Death, Bereavement, and Funerals

Physical Distancing

Face masks

This section is under development – please check back again later for more content.

Community engagement during transitions

Reopening schools

Businesses

Community quarantines

Please check back as this section is currently under development.

Marginalized/vulnerable (general)

Migrants, IDPs, Refugees, Informal Settlements

People with Disabilities

Elderly Populations

Children

Gender

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Additional Key Resources for a Humanitarian Response in Risk Communication and Community Engagement for COVID-19

United States Agency for International Development Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health,
                    Save the Children, 
                    Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs,
                    UK Med,
                    EcoHealth Alliance,
                    Mercy Malaysia

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