Community engagement for COVID-19 prevention and control: a rapid evidence synthesis

Community engagement has been considered a fundamental component of past outbreaks, such as Ebola. However, there is concern over the lack of involvement of communities and ‘bottom-up’ approaches used within COVID-19 responses thus far. Identifying how community engagement approaches have been used in past epidemics may support more robust implementation within the COVID-19 response.

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Areas of work: Monitoring and evaluation, Social science
Region: Global

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