Save the Children health workers in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, are still providing vital services during the COVID-19 outbreak. Image credit: Catherine McGowan / Save the Children

READY COVID-19 Coordination Report

From August to December of 2020, READY conducted consultations to examine the coordination and leadership mechanisms emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic response, to better understand how NGOs working in humanitarian settings are engaging in these structures. This report summarizes the findings from these consultations and features case studies of national-level coordination from DRC and Indonesia.

Key themes explored in the report include:

  • Coordination and leadership mechanisms emerging for the COVID-19 response
  • Opportunities for effective NGO engagement in COVID-19 response coordination mechanisms and lessons to inform NGO readiness for future outbreak response
  • The role of COVID-19 coordination mechanisms in advocating for and supporting community-centered response approaches

Download the READY COVID-19 Coordination Report (7MB .pdf).

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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