Case Studies

Case studies promoting collective experiences seeking to strengthen community-led approach within public health emergency response

Deploying Risk Communications and Community Engagement (RCCE) approaches for Covid-19 immunisation


The Collective Service and UNICEF jointly commissioned the development of case studies to help build the evidence base on the role of RCCE in COVID-19 immunization.

Produced with DT Global UK, collectively, the compendium of case studies identifies best practices, reflect lessons learnt, and share insights on how RCCE interventions have supported COVID-19 vaccination efforts, with a particular focus on coordination, community systems strengthening and capacity building.

Key programming approaches and elements illustrated by each the three case studies selected are: 

Bolivia: Youth engagement, use of alternative communications channels and local coordination, led by UNICEF, 

Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan: Innovative approaches to tracking and monitoring vaccine uptake of people who have participated in Red Cross activities,

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC): Assessing and actioning insights on socio-behavioural determinants of population adherence to PHSM and acceptance of COVID-19 testing and vaccination.

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DT Global UK, IFRC, The Collective Service, UNICEF, WHO




Behaviours, COVID-19, Data collection, risk communication, Strengthening capacity, Vaccine acceptance, Youth