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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.

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Well-implemented community engagement strategies, like those outlined in this study, can be used to support the design of interventions,

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Conspiracy Theories and Misinformation About COVID-19 in Nigeria: Implications for Vaccine Demand Generation Communications

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Exploring conspiracy theories or misinformation that Nigerians heard about the COVID-19 virus, pandemic response, or vaccine.

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Decision makers and frontline workers in the immunisation programme can use these study insights to improve demand generation communication for COVID-19 vaccines by targeting unsubstantiated claims.

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Conspiracy theories and misinformation about COVID-19 are rampant and have been shown to drive vaccine hesitancy and refusal.

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A New Approach for Estimating the Costs and Budgeting Requirements of a National Immunisation Strategy

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Learning about a new approach for estimating the costs of a National Immunisation Strategy.

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Country stakeholders involved in the development of a National Immunisation Strategy can use the NIS.COST tool to calculate costs of the strategies and interventions that are included in their NIS, assign costs to government budget categories,

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Improving Vaccination Equity in Rural Uganda

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Exploring the impact of CHAI Uganda’s work in increased vaccination rates in underserved villages.

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Local stakeholders can learn about  effective interventions to identify and reach underserved villages with immunisation services and lessons to implement the interventions in their context.

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CHAI Uganda’s vaccines team set out to help the government address challenges with routine immunization service delivery and improve equity across 14 districts.

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Findings from Immunisation Campaign Costing Studies in in India, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone: Policy and Program Implications

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Learning the potential operational costs associated with conducting immunisation campaigns.

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The findings from these studies can help inform vaccine delivery planning and budgeting, as well as ensure adequate funding.

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Over the coming years, campaigns which co

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An Epidemic of Uncertainty: Rumors, Conspiracy Theories and Vaccine Hesitancy

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Learning the importance of building trust to overcome vaccine hesitancy.

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Government decision-makers and health workers can explore this perspective to gain an understanding of the vaccine misinformation landscape, the importance of trust, and strategies for building vaccine confidence.

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The epidemiological and social crises brought about by COVID-19 have magnified widely held social anxieties and trust issues that,

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COVID-19 in the Americas: Listening to the Most Vulnerable

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Exploring community perceptions and attitudes of vulnerable populations in the Latin America and Caribbean region around the COVID-19 vaccines.

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Government decision-makers and other local partners can review the findings to understand vulnerable populations challenges and use the recommendations to coordinate efforts to further invest into building community trust,

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Overcoming Immunisation Workforce Challenges Due to COVID-19

Author: Elizabeth Ohadi

The Linked Immunisation Action Network hosted a podcast with health workforce experts to discuss the global health workforce challenges that have arisen as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. We wanted to hear how countries across the world have been addressing these challenges.

As we approach the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic and countries within the Linked Network strive to maintain,

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Linked Podcast: Overcoming Immunisation Workforce Challenges Due to COVID-19

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Globally, the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the decreased availability of health care workers. These health care worker shortages are a critical challenge faced by many countries, as they have disrupted the delivery of routine immunisation services largely due to reassignment and reduction in bandwidth due to pandemic response activities, illness among the immunisation workforce, and mandatory lockdown policies.

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Maintaining Polio-Free Status in Indonesia During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Learning about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the polio eradication efforts in Indonesia.

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Ensuring the high coverage of immunization and high performance of surveillance are essential to maintaining the Indonesia’s polio-free status. However, the negative impact of the pandemic on the polio eradication efforts has been unavoidable.

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