Priorities for COVID-19 Research Response and Preparedness in Low-resource Settings
COVID-19 poses particular threats in low-resource settings, which typically have underfunded health-care systems and insufficient influence on the global health research agenda.
Strengthening research capacity must be embedded in research funding across LMICs to support the COVID-19 response now and to prepare to manage future infectious disease threats effectively. Such programmes need to be informed by local contexts and be driven by regionally and nationally identified priorities. Lessons learned in LMICs have global relevance and require global attention.
Increased research coordination is needed to improve the coherence of the research response affecting LMICs.
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- Using Routinely Collected Data for Monitoring and Evaluating Social and Behavior Change Programs
- Local Media and Community Engagement in Humanitarian Settings
- Strengthening Preparedness for COVID-19 in Cities and Urban Settings
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- Countering Stigmatization in the Humanitarian Response to COVID-19
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- How the Echo Platform Helped Drive and Monitor Behavior Change amongst Low-income Teenage Girls
- Talking to Community: Behavioural Change in the Age of COVID-19
- The COVID Tracking Project
- Providing Maternal Health Services during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Nepal
- A Coordinated Public-Private Sector Response in Liberia to COVID-19
May 9, 2021