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UNICEF/UNI362166/SIBYLLE
Evidence Reviews

Impacts de la Réponse COVID-19 sur la Santé Communautaire en RDC fr

Analyse multidisciplinaires intégrées des épidémies
The Cellule d'Analyse en Sciences Sociales (CASS)
2020
UNICEF/Kesner
Case studies

Learning the Lessons of Crisis: Mobilising Knowledge During a Global Health Emergency

Case study addressing issues around knowledge sharing, focusing on the example of Ebola
SSHAP
2020
UNICEF/Jallanzo
Case studies

Beyond the Biomedical: Ebola Response and Recovery Through a Psychosocial Lens

Humanitarian responders must look beyond the biomedical lens to ensure successful interventions across global health programmes
SSHAP
2020
UNICEF/Cui
blog

Pandemics – social sciences are vital, but we must take the next steps

23rd January 2020
More than ever, social scientists and health policy-makers will need to work well together to address this latest potential pandemic.
UNICEF/UN0229510/Naftalin
Briefings

Behavioural Data Compilation #5 fr

A rapid compilation of data analyses for September-November 2019 in the context of the Ebola outbreak in North Kivu and Ituri provinces.
SSHAP
2020
A sign posted in Beni on November 25 in response to the UN and Ebola responders. Translation: MONUSCO and Ebola staff should leave this place. We have started an operation against MONUSCO, tomorrow you will see [the bandits we are]. Reproduced with permission.
blog

A time for reflection, an opportunity to listen and learn

21st January 2020
Improving Ebola response strategies in a context of ongoing insecurity.
UNICEF/UN0229875/Naftalin
Briefings

Cross-Border Dynamics Between South Sudan and DRC fr

Key considerations concerning cross-border dynamics between South Sudan and DRC including borderlands and trade dynamics.
SSHAP
2019
UN0264159/UNICEF
Briefings

Behavioural Data Compilation #4 fr

A rapid compilation of data analyses for June-August 2019 in the context of the Ebola outbreak in North Kivu and Ituri provinces.
SSHAP
2019
Group photo, post-event. Image credit: Hana Rohan.
blog

“Working in silos doesn’t work for outbreak response”: Localising social science response efforts in West Africa

27th September 2019
New SSHAP partner the UK Public Health Rapid Support Team (UKPHRST), and their collaborators, explain why social science needs to…
UN0264161/UNICEF
Briefings

Cross Border Dynamics: Burundi-DRC fr

Key considerations concerning cross-border dynamics between Burundi and DRC including politicisation and armed groups.
SSHAP
2019
UN0264159/UNICEF
Briefings

Cross-Border Dynamics and Healthcare in West Nile, Uganda

Key considerations concerning cross-border dynamics and health structures and behaviours in the West Nile sub-region of north-west Uganda.
SSHAP
2019
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