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Date Wed, May 13, 2020 at 7:56 PM
Subject Join us Friday! COVID-19 Webinar: Risk Communication & Community Engagement
Global Health Action:
COVID-19 Webinar Series
Upcoming Topic: Risk Communication & Community Engagement
Friday May 15, 2020
11:00 AM Atlanta | 6:00 PM Nairobi | 8:30 PM Delhi
Zoom Registration: https://bit.ly/3fKfYud
Join us as we talk with WHO Information Network for Epidemics (EPI-WIN) Initiative Lead, Melinda Frost on what community, business, faith and health leaders can do to address the misinformation about COVID-19. EPI-WIN seeks to give everyone access to timely, accurate, and easy-to-understand advice and information from trusted sources on public health events and outbreaks: currently the COVID-19 public health emergency.
In addition, we will hear from UNICEF about the newly released Minimum Standards and Indicators for Community Engagement. Community engagement is a critical component of global health and development practice and humanitarian assistance. These standards support direct implementation by establishing the principles and parameters for communities to plan, take action and be heard in all matters affecting them. Without effective community engagement, we will lose the war on COVID-19.
Melinda Frost MA, MPH Lead | Strategy & Content | WHO Information Network for Epidemics - EPI-WIN | WHO Health Emergencies Programme | World Health Organization
Raina Elessawi, MA Communications for Development Specialist - Planning and Monitoring | UNICEF
Moderated by: Jenelle Williams, MBA Director of Programs | Global Health Action
Register for GHA's Webinar Series Here!
The Minimum Quality Standards and Indicators for Community Engagement
ï»¿The Minimum Quality Standards and Indicators for Community Engagement were developed through an inter-agency consultation process that engaged experts from around the world.
GHA is pleased to have participated as a contributing organization that provided input and feedback based on our experiences designing, implementing and measuring community engagement approaches.
Read The Minimum Quality Standards and Indicators for Community Engagement here
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