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UNICEF/UNI371935
blog

One year on from the start of the pandemic and we are still learning

11th March 2021
A year on from the start of the COVID-19 pandemic we share some of our most read briefings to reflect…
news

Survey on Social Science for Community Engagement in Humanitarian Contexts

The survey is being conducted by UNICEF C4D with funding from the USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Affairs (BHA)
22nd February 2021
news

Participate in the Humanitarian GBV Risk Mitigation & COVID-19 Survey

The survey is being implemented together with UNICEF, CARE and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
18th February 2021
Infographics

Building Community Resilience for COVID-19 Response and Recovery

Key messages from our briefing on Operational Considerations for Building Community Resilience for COVID-19 Response and Recovery
SSHAP
2021
Infographics

COVID-19: Building Community Resilience to Prepare for and Respond to Epidemics

Key messages from our briefing on Community Resilience: Key Concepts and their Applications to Epidemic Shocks
SSHAP
2021
UNICEF/UN0392520
Briefings

Community Resilience: Key Concepts and their Applications to Epidemic Shocks arfres

Exploring how the concepts of community resilience can be applied to epidemics
SSHAP
2021
UNICEF/UN0351955
Briefings

Key Considerations: Operational Considerations for Building Community Resilience for COVID-19 Response and Recovery aresfr

How health and humanitarian practitioners can support communities to respond to, and recover from COVID-19 using a community resilience approach.
SSHAP
2021
UNICEF/UNI358629
Briefings

6 Ways to Incorporate Social Context and Trust in Infodemic Management frar

This brief explains how social science can inform infodemiology by making it more attuned to different social, political and cultural contexts and to the relationships between people and formal institutions.
SSHAP
2020
UNICEF/UNI350147
blog

SSHAP’s top 5 briefs for 2020

16th December 2020
We showcase some of our most read publications of the year
UNICEF/2020/S.Karahoda
blog

We need trust in our politics to overcome vaccine hesitancy

8th December 2020
The end of the COVID-19 pandemic hinges on the success of a vaccine, but getting populations to accept and have…
UNICEF/Obel
news

Call for governments and health actors to focus on vaccine confidence

Researchers are calling on governments and others to invest in building public trust for vaccination so that communities are involved,…
20th November 2020
UNICEF/Obel
Briefings

Rapid Review: Vaccine Hesitancy and Building Confidence in COVID-19 Vaccination esfrarzh

This brief draws on social science literature and informal interviews with experts to illustrate that vaccine hesitancy is complex and context-specific, and often reflects diverse, everyday anxieties. It proposes strategies to guide actors involved in vaccine development, communication and deployment…
SSHAP
2020
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