Session 2: Prioritization of Essential Community Health Services and COVID-19 Humanitarian Programming Adaptation

Now more than ever, organizations are being forced to prioritize the community services they provide. In this session, Research Associate Daniella Trowbridge from the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health reviews how to prioritize essential services during COVID-19, and the related actions for differing humanitarian contexts. Daniella will also introduce some of the key adaptations to consider when modifying CHP activities for COVID-19.

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2. Review what you have learned (your answers will not be recorded):

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#1. What are essential community health services?

#2. Essential CHP services in your community may include:

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