WHO supports development of tools to enhance responders’ capacities for risk communication and community engagement


Dar es Salaam- Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) forms an integral pillar of public health emergency response by playing a significant role in engaging affected and at-risk communities to prevent, detect and respond to health emergencies. However, the concept of RCCE sounds new to many practitioners globally limiting local capacities to effectively implement social-behavioral interventions against public health emergencies.


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