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Rapid Training for Community Response

Rapid Training for Community Response COVID-19 Material Guidance for RCRC National Societies Rapid Training for Community Response Epidemics begin and end in communities. When communities are engaged and trained in epidemic preparedness and response, they become vital contributors to finding and stopping outbreaks, saving lives, restoring services, reducing negative impacts, speeding recovery and building resilience. …

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RCRC home care for coronavirus patients

This material is to guide understanding of: – How to support the community in safe home based care messages – How to minimize the spread to other family and community members through key messages – How to protect one’s self, one’s family, and one’s community

RCRC Prevention and key messages and Risk Communication and Community Engagement

These documents offer guidance on how to understand prevention methods, the importance of good community engagement, why misinformation and fear can drive people away from living healthy, the key function of hand-washing in minimizing the spread of the virus, and communication and behavior change. Sneezing and spitting etiquette tools are also offered below.    

Guide for National Society teams including health coordinators, supervisors, branch officers & volunteers: Rapid training for community response to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak (23/2/20)

This guide is developed for National Society teams to: • develop basic understanding of the virus • identify transmission route of the virus and the chain of infection • develop understanding of key health messages and preventative measures • define the National Society role in protecting the community • develop an understanding of: o home …

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