Social and Behavior Change for Nutrition During COVID-19

This webinar will review important considerations and share experiences and resources to support country programs in adapting nutrition SBC programming in response to the challenges presented by COVID-19. Presenters will also discuss how to handle nutrition-related myths and misconceptions that have surfaced during the pandemic.

The webinar will be in English, with simultaneous interpretation into French.

SSHAP and Africa CDC Webinar: Lockdowns and the Easing of Restrictions

Join SSHAP and Africa CDC as we discuss emerging best practices and challenges faced by the Member States in easing public health and social measures.We'll also be discussing strategies that could fit the African context to ensure that medically vulnerable groups are protected and primary health services continue, as well as strategies to mitigate social and economic impacts as a result of the epidemic.

International Youth Day Webinar: Celebrating African Youths During COVID-19

Hello! MenEngage Africa Alliance and Sonke Gender Justice have the pleasure of inviting you to join us in a special International Youth Day webinar. Participate in the webinar Objective of the Webinar The goal of this webinar is to highlight the contributions of young people to reducing the impact of COVID-19 on their peers. The […]

Achieving a Gender Transformative COVID Response

Through a dynamic, solutions-oriented dialogue session, this will be an opportunity to highlight three specific aspects of gender transformation: leadership, including in the response to COVID at local, national, regional and international levels; data, particularly strategies to ensure the collection and use of gender disaggregated data in times of COVID; and health care, with a focus on women on the frontlines. The session seeks to focus on solutions and strategies for progress, including what civil society asks of WHO and also what civil society itself can do.

EPI-WIN Webinar: The Many Faces of Stigma During COVID-19

Stigmatization surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic has presented extreme challenges for frontline workers and those suffering from COVID-19 infection. This webinar will highlight the range of issues stigmatization has presented during COVID-19. Experts will discuss current data and practical solutions for managing stigma against healthcare workers and those who have been infected by COVID-19.

Digital Public Health in the Response to COVID-19

In this discussion, we will learn the opinion of public health experts on the acceleration in the use of digital strategies in the response to the pandemic, the impact they have had, and what we can expect in the post-pandemic future in the digital transformation of public health in the countries of Latin America and other regions of the world.

Influencing Risk Perceptions About COVID-19

During COVID-19 individuals have faced real and perceived risks affecting health, family and economy. The public’s perception of risk is often influenced heavily by personal, emotional, social and cultural influences while scientific and medical experts rely on concrete evidence related to severity and prevalence. Between this divide lies risk communication and community engagement response. This […]

Global Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices around COVID-19: A Close-Up Look at the Data

The COVID-19 pandemic has shaped the global public health discourse throughout 2020. With no approved vaccine, combating the virus will take continued commitment to mask wearing and physical distancing to prevent its spread. The just-released KAP COVID Dashboard provides global- and country-specific data on knowledge, attitudes and prevention practices. Based on data from more than 300,000 respondents, the dashboard presents findings via a series of interactive graphics, with accompanying programmatic guidance. This webinar will be in English with simultaneous French interpretation.

Continuity of Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health Care in the Time of COVID-19: Webinar 3

Join MOMENTUM as they conclude their three-part webinar series on maintaining Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health, Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care in the time of COVID-19.

Featuring speakers from USAID, Management Sciences for Health, MOMENTUM, UNICEF, and the Ministry of Health in Malawi, this webinar will highlight country successes, challenges, lessons learned, and concrete strategies to maintain access to essential care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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