KAP COVID: Exploring Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices for COVID-19 Prevention
In July 2020, the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs in collaboration with the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) WHO, MIT, and Facebook surveyed people in 67 countries about their developing knowledge, attitudes, and practice around COVID-19.
This site offers visualizations designed for policy makers, public health officials, and those who rely on data and informed decision making to craft public health messages and campaigns related to COVID-19.
- Practical Guidance for Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) for Refugees, Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), Migrants, and Host Communities Particularly Vulnerable to COVID-19 Pandemic
- Actions to Support Media, Enhance Access to Information, and Leverage Digital Technologies in the Fight Against the Pandemic
- Building Trust while Influencing Online COVID-19 Content in the Social Media World
- An Exploration of How Fake News is Taking over Social Media and Putting Public Health at Risk
- Fighting an epidemic of misinformation The importance of science and learning in dealing with coronavirus
- Combating the Disinfodemic: Working for Truth in the Time of COVID-19
- COVID-19: Simple Answers to Top Questions Risk Communication Field Guide Questions and Key Messages
- COVID-19–Related Infodemic and Its Impact on Public Health: A Global Social Media Analysis
- YouTube as a Source of Information on COVID-19: A Pandemic of Misinformation?
- Schistosomiasis Situation in Uganda: A Review of Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) associated with Schistosomiasis Infection and Prevention
- Programmatic Implications of Zika-Related Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices
- COVID-19 Kenya- Media Coverage Tracker
- SHOPS Plus India Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice (KAP) Survey: Key Findings
- Kenya National Communication and Community Engagement Strategy for Coronavirus
September 22, 2020