Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE)

COVID-19 response

Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) is one of the key pillars of UNICEF’s COVID-19 response.

UNICEF Communication for Development is co-leading COVID-19 RCCE efforts at the Interagency level (jointly with WHO and IFRC) as well as leading UNICEF RCCE work (together with key sectors, divisions and programs).

Keeping with the philosophy of people’s centered approaches, communities’ self-reliance and social justice that have been at the heart of UNICEF’s overall organizational response, UNICEF’s RCCE strategy should embrace the following key principles:

  • Rights-Based

  • Evidence-based

  • Systems strengthening

  • People-centred

  • Accountability to affected populations

  • Do-no-harm. 

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COVID-19 West and Central Africa: Tools for Community Engagement

Community Engagement for Behavioural and Social Change

English

Website

ESARO Guidelines for Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in COVID-19Response Programs (May 2020)

Community Engagement for Behavioural and Social Change

English

Technical Notes or Guidelines

Finding community-led solutions to COVID-19: An interagency guidance note on working with communities in high density
settings to plan local approaches to preventing and managing COVID-19.

Community Engagement for Behavioural and Social Change

English

Technical Notes or Guidelines

Lafya, the little girl and the evil Coronavirus (comic book)

Community Engagement for Behavioural and Social Change

English

Design

Q&A for COVID-19 Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) Situation Report / Humanitarian Action for Children (HAC) Indicator Guide

Community Engagement for Behavioural and Social Change

English

Technical Notes or Guidelines

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