In 2016, after six years of cholera epidemics in Haiti, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) implemented a multisectoral operational research programme in four urban cholera hotspots. These hotspots were known to have recurrent transmission of the disease, and therefore play a role of ‘source’. The research featured in this SSHAP Case Study aimed to identify, at neighbourhood level, the root causes of cholera, and to design appropriate action plans.
This study explores the forms and outcomes of coronavirus and COVID-19-related social stigma and the experiences of people who were home quarantined or isolated in Finland during the spring 2020
This report distills key insights from The Partnership for Evidence-Based Response to COVID-19 (PERC)’s third survey conducted in February 2021
COVID-19 school closures in the DRC: impact on the health, protection and education of children and youth
This report presents an analysis of the impact of school closures as a COVID-19 response measure in the DRC, and is intended to inform evidence-based programming to mitigate the short- and long-term consequences to health, protection, and education of children…
Data Synthesis: COVID-19 Vaccine Perceptions in Africa: Social and Behavioural Science Data, March 2020 – March 2021
This synthesis brings together data related to public perceptions about COVID-19 vaccines collected in 22 countries in Africa