As COVID-19 continues to spread across many countries, there is new information every day about how the situation is changing.
Many organisations are creating and sharing resources to support response efforts to COVID-19, so we’ve pulled some of them together here to support your work.
We will continue to add to this page. Got something to share, or have you seen something we should include? Get in touch: email@example.com.
There is a new cross UK Government funding call aiming to support applied health research that will address COVID-19 knowledge gaps. There are three deadlines for proposals in June, August and September.
The New Humanitarian
CDAC Network (Communicating with Disaster Affected Communities)
Kaya and Save the Children
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
Researchers at LSHTM are supporting humanitarian actors to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nuffield Council on Bioethics
Funds for NGOs
National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine
Gender-Based Violence (GBV) resources
COVID-19 and the Core Humanitarian Standard
International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA)
Humanitarian Healthcare Ethics
Global WASH Cluster
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (US)
Journal of Migration and Health
University of New South Wales, Deborah Lupton
The uncertainty and disruption of COVID-19 can cause additional stress and anxiety.
Our recently-published Mitigating Operational Challenges in Humanitarian Health Research report looks at challenges our funded research teams have faced and solutions they adopted, providing practical guidance and suggestions for anyone undertaking research in emergency settings. Many of these challenges are likely to be similar to those faced during the COVID-19 outbreak. We have also produced a series of easy-to-read briefing sheets (available under the Briefing Sheet section) which summarise the most common challenges, impacts and mitigating strategies.
Our COVID-19 Hub contains resources to support humanitarian innovators and researchers responding to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Image: Two World Vision employees with clipboards crouch next to a local community leader.
Credit: Nancy Vollmer, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.
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