From the READY Archive
Communities in Humanitarian Settings:
Welcome to READY’s Communities in Humanitarian Settings: COVID-19 Micro-Trainings! The goal of the training package is to improve the capacity of NGOs to implement community-centered COVID-19 pandemic response approaches in humanitarian settings and increase awareness of how such approaches impact the overall response. Across three modules focusing on different components of a community-level response—risk communication and community engagement (RCCE), infection prevention and control (IPC) and water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH); and community health programming (CHP)—this training addressed the challenges of a community-centered COVID-19 response approach, and provided practical tools and solutions grounded in the experiences of current COVID-19 response actors across the globe.
- These materials remain available to the public; however, keep in mind that they are nearly two years old and may not reflect current knowledge and practice about COVID-19.
- Together, the videos in this series total approximately 8 hours of viewing time.
1. Watch the “Welcome to this Training Series” and “Community-Centered Approaches” videos below (the how-to video is optional)
2. Begin learning with Module 1: Risk Communication and Community Engagement
For the best user experience, we recommend viewing these training materials on a desktop or laptop computer. Some features may be challenging to use on a smartphone or tablet.
Welcome to this Training Series!
This video welcomes participants to this training series, explains the approach and the training timeline, and introduces participants to the instructors.
This video explains why READY has chosen a community-centered approach, highlighted throughout each of the three training modules.
How-To: Video Walkthrough
This optional introductory video shows how to use the READY COVID-19 Micro-Trainings.