Webinars

WEBINAR SERIES: COVID-19 & HUMANITARIAN SETTINGS

The READY Initiative, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), the Center for Humanitarian Health at Johns Hopkins University and the Center of Education and Research in Humanitarian Action  (CERAH) are hosting a weekly webinar series on COVID-19 and humanitarian settings. The webinars will take place on Wednesdays from 8–9am EST (2-3pm CET).

 


PAST WEBINARS IN SERIES

WEBINAR 1: Wednesday 1 April

COVID-19 and Humanitarian Settings: Knowledge Experience Sharing 

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 2: Wednesday 8 April

COVID-19: Can We Really Learn From Past Outbreaks? 

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 3: Wednesday 15 April

Program Prioritization and Adaptation in COVID-19 Times 

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 4: Wednesday 22 April

Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for COVID-19

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 5: Wednesday 29 April

Risk Communication and Community Engagement – Perceptions, Misinformation, and Concerns in African Countries in the time of COVID

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 6: Wednesday 6 May

COVID-19 case management in humanitarian and low-income settings: dilemmas and decisions

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 7: Wednesday 13 May

WASH and COVID-19: How can we improve hygiene behaviors?

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 8: Wednesday 20 May

COVID-19 in Humanitarian Settings: Magnifying Gender Inequalities

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 9: Wednesday 26 May

The Next Crisis Wave of COVID-19: Impacts on household food security and nutrition and preparedness considerations

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 10: Wednesday 3 June

COVID-19 Surveillance in Humanitarian Settings

Video is available here.

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Additional Resources 

PowerPoint Presentation

 DHIS2 Digital Data Package for COVID-19 Surveillance

WEBINAR 11: Wednesday 10 June

COVID-19 and Maternal & Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 12: Wednesday 17 June

Caring for People with NCDs in Humanitarian Settings During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 12: Wednesday 24 June

Violence Against Health Care and the COVID-19 Response

Video is available here.

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WEBINAR 13: Wednesday 1 July

Lessons Learned from the Field: Experiences from the COVID-19 Humanitarian Website

Video is available here.

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OTHER WEBINARS:

Monday 6 April: 

Save the Children, UNICEF, Safely Fed Canada and Center for Humanitarian Health, John Hopkins University, with the support of the Tech RRT and the IFE Core Group, presents a webinar on Protecting, promoting and supporting IYCF during the COVID-19 pandemic: reflections and recommendations.

 Video is available here.   

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Monday 27 April:

Three internationally recognized experts discuss how the world is responding to the more than 70 million refugees and internally displaced people (IDPs) who are among the most vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 and the Displaced​

Video is available here.

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