Community Engagement for COVID-19 Prevention and Control: A Rapid Evidence Synthesis

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Learning about the main community engagement actors and approaches and the interventions that they conduct within prevention and control of infectious disease during global emergencies, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

HOW YOU CAN USE THIS MATERIAL:

Well-implemented community engagement strategies, like those outlined in this study, can be used to support the design of interventions, build trust and community entry, social and behaviour change communication, risk communication, surveillance and contract tracing, and logistical and administrative support during COVID-19 prevention and control responses.

OVERVIEW:

This rapid evidence review provides insights on community engagement for infectious disease prevention and control to learn lessons for COVID-19 and future pandemic response.

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