Monitoring and Evaluation Framework and Tools for Risk Communication/ Community Engagement (RCCE) & Covid-19
The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) component of an RCCE program must be considered, planned and budgeted for from the onset of the communication response. In the initial phase, M&E should focus on developing simple, use-oriented and flexible systems that can be adjusted to the changing context.
As the outbreak progresses, a more formal M&E plan should be developed.Monitoring during the first phase of an emergency often involves the systematic collection of quantitative, output- level data that can strengthen accountability and inform progress. For communication activities it is also important to monitor qualitative data that can help inform messages and activities. This type of monitoring allows you to identify challenges early.
- Messaging Guidelines- Risk Communication/Community Engagement (RCCE) Considerations for Covid-19
- Example of a Rumor Log Tool
- Example of a Rumor Categorization Tool
- COVID-19 Notes on Community Quarantine
- Gendered Implications of COVID-19 Outbreaks in Development and Humanitarian Settings
- Scaling up COVID 19 Outbreak Readiness and Response Operations in Humanitarian Situations
- COVID-19 and Gender Equality
- New Coronavirus Risk Communication and Community Engagement Strategy
- Pretesting Messages and Materials
- Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for Staff, Volunteers and Communities in an Outbreak of Novel Coronavirus
July 21, 2020