Authors: UNICEF, International Organization of Migration, Johns Hopkins Center for Communications Programs, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, World Health Organization, IFRC, and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
This practical guidance is designed to assist program specialists to implement COVID-19 RCCE activities for and with refugees, IDPs, migrants and host communities vulnerable to the pandemic. The guidance highlights key challenges and barriers faced by these people in accessing COVID-19 health-related information and presents key considerations and recommendations for planning and implementing RCCE activities.
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