COVID-19 Vaccines for Marginalized Populations: Risk Communication and Community Engagement
Featuring stakeholders from select countries, this webinar highlights local approaches to COVID-19 vaccine access and acceptance among hard-to-reach indigenous populations and refugees. It was organized by UNHCR, IFRC, UNICEF, IOM, and the READY Initiative as part of an RCCE Collective Service webinar series. The webinar is designed around the launch of the Risk Communication and Community Engagement Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccines for Marginalised Populations (learn more | download), an inter-agency guidance document that supplements the COVAX demand creation package for COVID-19 vaccines with key considerations for humanitarian contexts and marginalized populations with specific access and communication needs.
Live interpretation was provided in French, Spanish, and Arabic for this event.
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