Reda 2 Auxiliary Event
Dec 05, 2022 08:30 AM - 11:00 AM(Africa/Casablanca)
20221205T0830 20221205T1100 Africa/Casablanca What Do You Need to Be Ready to Respond to Major Disease Outbreaks? Assessing Capacity for More Effective Risk Communication & Community Engagement

What does it take to be ready to respond to major outbreaks with more effective risk communication and community engagement (RCCE)? What skills and capacities do we need to have to ensure effectiveness, both technically and operationally? What competencies are needed to do this work in complex humanitarian settings? 

With support from USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, the READY initiative invites you to attend this workshop designed to increase an understanding of readiness to respond with RCCE, and to collectively agree on the components of an RCCE readiness capacity assessment. Participants will have the opportunity to input into a tool to assess NGO staff skills and competencies to respond to major infectious disease outbreaks, including in humanitarian settings, and understand the markers of success. Led by Save the Children, READY is a consortium of partners including Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health, UK-Med, and the Humanitarian Leadership Academy. For more information, visit www.ready-initiative.org.

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What does it take to be ready to respond to major outbreaks with more effective risk communication and community engagement (RCCE)? What skills and capacities do we need to have to ensure effectiveness, both technically and operationally? What competencies are needed to do this work in complex humanitarian settings? 

With support from USAID's Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, the READY initiative invites you to attend this workshop designed to increase an understanding of readiness to respond with RCCE, and to collectively agree on the components of an RCCE readiness capacity assessment. Participants will have the opportunity to input into a tool to assess NGO staff skills and competencies to respond to major infectious disease outbreaks, including in humanitarian settings, and understand the markers of success. Led by Save the Children, READY is a consortium of partners including Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health, UK-Med, and the Humanitarian Leadership Academy. For more information, visit www.ready-initiative.org.

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 KAMAGATE VAHAMA
Consultant
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United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
 Adenike Ayodele
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Centre for Communication and Social Impact
UNICEF Middle East & North Africa (MENA) Regional Office
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