Well Beyond have been building an app to support communities in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) with their rural water supply systems. Plus, in response to COVID-19 they have made a sharp pivot to modify the app to provide training on preventive behaviours like hygiene and sanitation.
Lauren D'Mello-Guyett 152 LSHTM
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Since February 2020, World Vision Afghanistan have adapted their existing projects to train health care workers on COVID-19 prevention and control, utilised local religious leaders to share information and are developing a range of IEC materials and messages for the population. If you would like to learn about how they have tailored their programmes to populations in hard to reach areas or their iterative process to design their COVID-19 response programme, including how they have aligned this with evolving global guidelines and national coordinating mechanisms, see this case study: