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Report |?Media Democracy Fund

COVID-19 vaccine misinformation and narratives surrounding Black communities on social media
This combined research is an attempt to assist journalists, researchers and public communications experts wishing to report and act on potentially problematic vaccine discourse as it relates to Black Americans.

Briefing, Evaluation, Tool |?

Health and care workers during COVID-19 (October 2021 Update)
An October 2021 update on the COVID-19 global situation and how to protect health workers.

Evaluation |?Search for Common Ground

Handling Harmful Content Online: Cross-National Perspectives of Users Affected by Conflict

Briefing |?

Strengthening the monitoring and evaluation of COVID-19 prevention programmes
This brief summarises lessons learned about the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of COVID-19 prevention programmes.

Tool |?

Explainer: Are some COVID-19 Vaccines Better than Others?
This document provides answers for commonly asked questions about COVID-19 vaccines.

Strategy, Tool |?

Communicating on COVID-19 Vaccines in a Changing Environment
This guidance is intended for those who are involved at the national and sub-national level in the design and delivery of demand and communication strategies on COVID-19 vaccination.

Report |?SSHAP

Rapid Review: Perceptions of COVID-19 vaccines in South Africa
This review syntheses community perceptions of COVID-19 vaccines in South Africa to inform RCCE strategies and policies and provides examples of successful practice.

Tool |?

A Social Media Toolkit for Healthcare Practitioners
This toolkit aims to provide healthcare workers with the tools, skills and content needed to effectively share authentic and reliable information online.

Project document, Strategy |?

Role of community engagement in situations of extensive community transmission of COVID-19
This interim guidance provides suggestions to WHO country offices and health ministries so that they can quickly and effectively mobilize and empower communities to engage, reverse and mitigate the impact of COVID-19 through non-pharmaceutical public health measures.

Case study, Evaluation, Methodology, Tool |?

Undertaking Rapid Assessments and Real-time Monitoring in the COVID-19 Context: Lessons from UNICEF South Asia
Drawing on the documented experiences of nine rapid assessments covering six countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka), this report shares insights with regard to the design and implementation of rapid assessments in a pandemic context.

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