RCCE Guidance on COVID-19 vaccines for marginalised populations
This inter-agency guidance document by the Collective Service aims to supplement the COVAX demand creation package for COVID-19 vaccines with key considerations for humanitarian contexts and marginalized populations with specific access and communication needs.
Data 4 Action: RCCE for COVID-19 Vaccine Demand in Eastern and Southern Africa
Many COVID-19 National Deployment and Vaccination Plans (NDVPs) do not explicitly include migrants beyond refugees and asylum seekers, however there is dissonance between inclusion of migrant groups in the NDVP and access to vaccines for migrant groups in practice. The goal for countries in the Eastern and Southern African region (ESAR) is to both include all migrant groups in NDVPs and to ensure access in practice.
Data synthesis: public perceptions of the COVID-19 vaccinations
This analysis is the first of a series of data syntheses from the RCCE Collective Service. It focuses on public perceptions of the COVID-19 vaccinations. The data synthesis brings together 66 data sources from quantitative surveys across 107 countries and six regions, underpinned by a rapid review of additional studies and community feedback data from Africa.
Jordan’s COVID-19 RCCE response
This case study documents Jordan’s COVID-19 Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) response from March 2020 – when the COVID-19 pandemic was declared – to January 2021.
The Collective Service is strengthening the evidence generation effort conducted by country, regional and global actors.
Social science research and analysis is vital to design and deliver effective RCCE approaches and strategies.
Strengthen local competencies for effective and efficient risk communication and community engagement.
Informed, engaged and empowered communities are the bedrock for the arrival of new vaccines, treatments and tests.