IFRC Guidance for National Societies working with migrants and displaced people – Asia Pacific

IFRC Guidance for Asia Pacific National Societies: Including migrants and displaced people in preparedness and response activities during COVID-19

Includes:

  • Key Recommendations
  • Background: Migration & Displacement in Asia Pacific
  • Risk factors for migrants and displaced people
  • How can National Societies support migrants, displaced people and their families, and host communities?
  • Key Activities:
    • Accessible and Reliable Information for Migrants
    • Addressing Social Stigma associated with COVID-19
    • Focusing activities in areas of high migration
    • Coping with stress associated with COVID-19 and rebuilding hope
    • Humanitarian Diplomacy
    • Community Engagement and Accountability (CEA)
  • IFRC resources: information on COVID-19
  • National Ministry of Health Resources: information on COVID-19
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