Webinars

Experts from academic institutions and implementing organizations leading engaging, informative discussions relevant to COVID-19 technical areas, operations, and coordination issues

The majority of webinars featured were part of a weekly series, COVID-19 & Humanitarian Settings: Knowledge & Experience Sharing, which took place from April-July, 2020

  • This series was co-hosted by READY, the Health in Humanitarian Crisis Center at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action (CERAH), and the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health.
  • Each week, humanitarian thought leaders, expert speakers, and voices from the field gathered to discuss a chosen topic relevant to COVID-19 and humanitarian settings and take questions from audience members from around the globe.
  • These webinars were open to the humanitarian sector at large, and typically drew audiences of 200—400 participants.
  • Recordings of the series are posted below, and follow-up discussions take place in READY’s discussion forum.

From time to time this page also features webinars by READY consortium partners delivered outside the series.

Lubabatu* , 13, walks home after collecting water from a Save the Children water point in the informal displacement camp at Musari, outside Maiduguri. Image credit: Tommy Trenchard / Save the Children
Thelma (1) is assessed during an Emergency Health Unit-supported nutrition survey in Zimbabwe (held by her sister Janet, 13). Image credit: Sacha Myers / Save the Children
A healthcare worker at a Save the Children-supported health facility during the Ebola outbreak (DRC). Image credit: Hugh Kinsella Cunningham / Save the Children
Noor* with her son Hssain*, two and a half years-old (Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh). Image credit: GMB Akash / Panos Pictures / Save the Children
Lubabatu* , 13, walks home after collecting water from a Save the Children water point in the informal displacement camp at Musari, outside Maiduguri. Image credit: Tommy Trenchard / Save the Children
Thelma (1) is assessed during an Emergency Health Unit-supported nutrition survey in Zimbabwe (held by her sister Janet, 13). Image credit: Sacha Myers / Save the Children
A healthcare worker at a Save the Children-supported health facility during the Ebola outbreak (DRC). Image credit: Hugh Kinsella Cunningham / Save the Children
Noor* with her son Hssain*, two and a half years-old (Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh). Image credit: GMB Akash / Panos Pictures / Save the Children
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