Interview 1: Fostering Trust and Community Ownership

Communications for Development Officer Manjaree Pant of UNICEF-Rajasthan, India, discusses the roles of youth volunteers, faith leaders, and other actors in influencing community actions around COVID-19. Considerations related to the urban poor were explored. Ms. Pant further explains why youth volunteers are key players in this pandemic. This example was provided to READY courtesy of UNICEF. It is an excerpt from the June 26 webinar titled, UNICEF Lessons Learned Webinar Series: COVID-19 Risk Communication & Community Engagement (RCCE), The India Experience.

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