This brief presents some highlights from the quantitative arm of the REFLECT multi-site study to provide actionable recommendations for improving compliance and policy inclusivity in the era of COVID-19.
The study found a serious disconnect between the high knowledge levels and compliance with the recommended COVID-19 preventive measures. Compliance levels have drastically declined, which is also depicted by the increasing number of COVID-19 cases and deaths at the community level – although many remain unreported in light of the constrained health system capacity.
The findings suggest that Government and all stakeholders should focus on addressing the drivers of non-compliance and enforcement fatigue in all refugee and host populations.
Read the policy brief to find out more about the study and the longer term policy recommendations.
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