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Operational guidance insights drawn from good practices on Youth Engagement and Leadership in COVID-19 response

The case studies from Federated States of Micronesia, Bangladesh, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Jordan, Australia and Asia South-Pacific region demonstrate good practices by youth-oriented organizations and networks in youth engagement and leadership in the COVID-19 response. The challenges addressed in these case studies provide useful operational guidance for organizations aiming to support youth-led organizations and support meaningful youth engagement and leadership in response to future public health and humanitarian emergencies.

Social, behavioural and community dynamics related to the cholera outbreak in Malawi

This brief is a rapid synthesis of socio-behavioural evidence relating to the 2022 cholera outbreak in Malawi intended for national and international response partners. It focuses on interpreting this evidence to inform the design and delivery of effective communication and engagement strategies putting communities at the centre of the response.

Data Handbook for Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE)

This handbook provides an outline description of the processes involved in the use of data for risk communication and community engagement (RCCE) for COVID-19, and to provide links to useful resources.  The Data for Action Handbook includes guidance on Information Management, Monitoring and Evaluation, Social Sciences and Community Feedback for humanitarian as well as public health emergency responses.

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