Help us shape the global strategic direction for RCCE
Are you public health and humanitarian expert, working on RCCE in the COVID-19 response? Do you want to contribute to the design of the RCCE global strategic direction with your experience and perspectives?
The RCCE Collective Service is in the process of revising the COVID-19 Global RCCE strategy - take our survey to contribute your perspectives and experience!
Training package for using social science in community engagement and/or communications activities
The Collective Service (CS) seeks to reinforce capacity and local solutions to humanitarian emergencies through mentoring, technical support and resource sharing with local actors and national and subnational governments. This training aims to aid the integration of social science in health emergency interventions and policymaking by providing a set of modules with practical guidance to be adapted and used at the local level.
Risk Communication and Community Engagement Indicator Guidance for COVID-19
Read the latest document from the Collective Service which provides interim indicator guidance for the M&E of risk communication and community engagement activities for COVID-19. The indicator guidance can be used to monitor progress in implementing activities and to evaluate the RCCE response to COVID-19. The indicator guidance has been written primarily for national RCCE and is now available in Arabic, Portuguese, French, and Spanish.
Informed, engaged and empowered communities are the bedrock for the arrival of new vaccines, treatments and tests.
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.
About the Collective Service
The Collective Service for Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) enables collaboration between a wide range of organisations to increase the scale and quality of RCCE approaches. It catalyses and accelerates expert driven, collaborative, consistent and localised RCCE support for governments and partners involved in the national response to COVID-19 and beyond.
Support and Services
See how data collection and analysis can drive a more effective response to the COVID-19 pandemic and other health emergencies.
Receive coordinated guidance and support to RCCE practitioners on COVID-19 response.
Learn how good information management strengthens evidence generation to help RCCE programme design.
We provide services to reinforce capacity through mentoring, technical support and resource sharing.