Useful external resources for the COVID-19 response.
Humanitarians in the field are creating new COVID-19 programs, and adapting existing ones, to continue life-saving services in the safest manner possible while reducing COVID-19 transmission.
The COVID-19 Humanitarian website promotes the exchange of field-based COVID-19 program adaptations and innovations, facilitating learning among organisations in different sectors and contexts.
This open-access and web-based platform has been produced by the John Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health, Health in Humanitarian Crisis Centre and the Geneva Centre of Education and Research in Humanitarian Action.
The Knowledge, Evidence and Learning for Development (K4D) programme has been producing daily health evidence summaries, weekly demography and conflict and governance evidence summaries.
The aim of the hub is to bring together learning across the UK’s Department for International Development, and the UK Government in general, to support their fight against COVID-19 and its consequences.
The COVID-19 Hygiene Hub is a free service that supports actors in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) to rapidly design evidence-based hygiene interventions to combat the coronavirus.
This initiative was developed by individuals from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, the Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology (CAWST), and the Wash’Em team.