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Briefings

Gender Inclusiveness in COVID-19 Humanitarian Response Operations, Evidence from Social Sciences Outbreak Research

This brief was developed for actors working “on the ground” in outbreak response in humanitarian programmes and contexts. It focuses on the importance, reasons and recommendations for how to ensure gender inclusivity in outbreak response, based on evidence and lessons…
UNICEF
2020
Briefings

Humanitarian Programme Recommendations for COVID-19 Based on Social Sciences Evidence from the DRC Ebola Outbreak Response

This brief was developed for actors working “on the ground” in outbreak response in humanitarian programmes and contexts. It addresses recurrent programme recommendations, including strategies, interventions and activities, which resulted from social sciences analyses conducted by the CASS during the…
UNICEF
2020
Briefings

Social Sciences Evidence on Barriers to Healthcare Seeking During the DRC Ebola Outbreak

This brief was developed for actors working “on the ground” in humanitarian response programmes. It focuses on the importance, reasons and recommendations for minimising barriers to healthcare seeking in outbreak settings based on social sciences evidence from CASS studies undertaken during the Ebola…
UNICEF
2020
UNICEF/Ijazah
Briefings

COVID-19 Management in Marginalised Populations in Southeast Asia

Key considerations focusing on transnational migrants, informal workers, and people living in informal settlements.
SSHAP
2020
UNICEF/Sujan
Briefings

COVID-19 in the Context of Conflict and Displacement – Myanmar

Key considerations focusing on how conflict, displacement and inter-communal tensions may influence disease control in Myanmar.
SSHAP
2020
UNICEF/Tesfaye
Briefings

Considerations and Principles for Shielding People at High Risk of Severe Outcomes from COVID-19 fr

Including proposed approaches to shielding, who may be included in shielding groups, as well as the likely difficulties of these measures, and ways to mitigate them.
SSHAP
2020
UNICEF/Dejongh
Briefings

Risks Related to Population Movement and Gatherings During Ramadan frpt

Key considerations in relation to COVID-19 during the holy month of Ramadan on the continent of Africa.
Anthrologica
2020
UNICEF/Ma
Briefings

COVID-19: Why Are Prisons a Particular Risk, and What Can Be Done to Mitigate This? fr

Particular risks associated with an outbreak in prisons in low-and middle-income countries and suggestions of some approaches that may be used to mitigate risks.
SSHAP
2020
UNICEF/Dejongh
Field Notes

“Hunger will kill us before the coronavirus does!”

Africa is particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus and the effects of restrictions.
Infectious Diseases Research Collaboration and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
2020
UNICEF/Chan
Foresight Papers

COVID-19 Forum

A collection bringing together seventeen anthropologists and historians in an effort to share ideas, analytical frameworks and concerns about the ongoing epidemic from interdisciplinary perspectives.
Somatosphere
2020
UNICEF | UNI317735 | Hing
Briefings

Dying, Bereavement and Mortuary and Funerary Practices in the Context of COVID-19 fr

Key considerations for events related to death, burial, funerals (rites, ceremonies and practices) and mourning.
SSHAP
2020
UNICEF/Tesfaye
Briefings

Incorporating Non-Expert Evidence into Surveillance and Early Detection of Public Health Emergencies

‘Big data’ has promised significant improvements for the global surveillance of infectious disease. This SSHAP Case Study highlights how, over the past two decades, new disease surveillance practices built on amassing and processing large data sets – analysed computationally to…
UNICEF, IDS & Anthrologica
2020
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