Health Cluster Survey Findings: Techncial gaps and operational challenges in delivering COVID-19 response activities and maintaining essential health services in humanitarian settings
Author: Global Health Cluster, READY
To better understand the technical and operational challenges being faced by health clusters and health cluster partners while implementing COVID-19 response activities and maintaining essential health services in humanitarian settings, the Global Health Cluster COVID-19 Task Team conducted two key pieces of research in 2020: an online survey open to all country level health clusters and key informant interviews conducted in six health cluster countries. This report presents the key findings of the online survey that was implemented by the READY initiative.
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