The coronavirus crisis forces numerous humanitarian organisations to create guidance and tools for the field or change or stop the programmes entirely. But still many of the approaches used to prevent and respond to Covid-19 are not compatible with most humanitarian settings.
To create evidence on how programmes need to be adapted according to varying contexts and socio-cultural settings, three universities (Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Geneva Centre of Education and Research in Humanitarian Action) set up a platform to gather, curate, analyze, interpret and disseminate Covid-19-specific and -sensitive interventions. The goal is to facilitate the sharing of context-specific field experiences about how humanitarian programs are responding to and being adapted to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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