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UNICEF/Kesner
Case studies

Balancing Burial Rituals with Public Health Demands During the 2014 Guinean Ebola Epidemic

Case study addressing resistance to Ebola response measures
SSHAP
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
EU/ECHO/Martin Karimi | CC BY-ND 2.0
Case studies
UNICEF/Torrecilla
Case studies

Building a Community Health Worker Programme During the Ebola Outbreak in Sierra Leone

Case study looking into the challenge of a lack of trust and referrals to biomedical health care
SSHAP
2020
UNICEF/LeMoyne
Case studies

Participation with a Cholera-Exposed Population in Haiti: Finding their Own Solutions

Case study looking at the challenge of cholera in Haiti
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
Infographics

COVID-19 Supporting Marginalised Populations in South East Asia

Formal welfare mechanisms are less able to reach these vulnerable groups.
2020
Infographics

COVID-19: Online Information

What can public bodies do to communicate accurate information and prevent disinformation?
SSHAP
2020
Infographics

Strategies To Support Those Affected By Deaths During The COVID-19 Outbreak

Changes to customary burial and funeral practices can have long-term consequences for people's psychosocial health.
SSHAP
2020
Infographics

Distancing In Eastern And Southern Africa

Why is physical distancing a challenge in Eastern and Southern Africa in the context of COVID-19?
SSHAP
2020
Infographics

Shielding People At High Risk Of Severe Illness Or Death

Protecting people at high risk by limiting their contact with others during the COVID-19 outbreak.
SSHAP
2002
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