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Behavioural, Social and Community Dynamics Related to Plague Outbreaks in Madagascar fr

This infographic summarises the key considerations of a brief which explores behavioural and community dynamics related to plague outbreaks in Madagascar.
SSHAP
2022
Briefings

Key Considerations: Adherence to COVID-19 Preventive Measures in Greater Kampala, Uganda

This brief sets out key considerations for risk communications and community engagement (RCCE) to promote adherence to COVID-19 preventive measures in greater Kampala, Uganda. It looks at adherence to COVID-19 preventive measures, assesses the challenges to their adoption and outlines…
SSHAP
2022
Briefings

Key Considerations: Behavioural, Social and Community Dynamics related to Plague Outbreaks in Madagascar fr

This brief explores behavioural and community dynamics related to plague outbreaks in Madagascar.
SSHAP
2022
blog

Health workers on the front-line: experiences from rural Zimbabwe

24th February 2022
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, health professionals in clinics and hospitals have been on the front-line…
blog

Omicron for Christmas: what was the experience in rural Zimbabwe?

10th January 2022
The Omicron wave peaked in Zimbabwe just before Christmas. Just as the spread of Omicron was dramatic and fast, its…
blog

As Omicron sweeps through Zimbabwe, how are people responding?

20th December 2021
As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 hits Zimbabwe, multiple impacts are evident. As Ian Scoones explores, rapid responses mean the…
blog

New COVID uncertainties in Zimbabwe

1st December 2021
The unfolding drama of the pandemic continues. With a new variant identified in the region (Omicron) thanks to the effective…
Credit: Felix Murimbarimba
blog

The politics of control in Zimbabwe’s COVID times

4th October 2021
The COVID situation in Zimbabwe is improving, but political tensions are rife and permeate all aspects of daily life in…
U.S. Army Africa/FLICKR/CC BY 2.0
blog

What can we learn from attitudes towards veterinary vaccination in southern Uganda?

22nd September 2021
This blog presents findings from a study looking at whether experiences with livestock vaccination programmes affect engagement with human vaccination…
UNICEF/Frank Dejongh/UN0513433
blog

What can social science research teach us about COVID-19 vaccine deployment?

15th September 2021
Global engagement is needed to acknowledge COVID-19 vaccine supply as a social justice issue, and demand for the scaling-up of…
Briefings

Key Considerations for Epidemic Response and Preparedness in Uganda

This technical brief was prepared by IDS in December 2020 to support the embedding of social science and anthropological perspectives in UK AID-supported Tackling Deadly Diseases in Africa (TDDA) technical assistance and its Early Response Mechanism. It draws on a…
Tackling Deadly Diseases in Africa
2021
Credit: Felix Murimbarimba
blog

COVID-19 spreads to rural Zimbabwe

11th August 2021
The number of cases and sadly deaths has surged across our rural study areas in the last month.
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