Session 2: How to Build a Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) “Pathways” Model for COVID-19

This session describes the components of a pathways model, and how it can be used to inform or adapt risk communication and community engagement (RCCE) programming. It is designed to help agencies consider the context, challenges, enablers and intermediate effects of programming at different levels and plan RCCE accordingly.

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

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#1. The Pathways Model is a linear exercise, which should be completed in order. True, or false?

#2. What is the final column in the Pathways Model?

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