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Community trust is especially key to ending an epidemic. Without trust, people may not listen, act or cooperate in activities designed to halt the spread of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. To build trust, it is key to understand how communities perceive the disease and act on their questions, suggestions and capacities. If our response remains static and is not adapted to reflect feedback from communities, it won´t be relevant or trusted by people and the response will most likely fail.

This Trainer of Trainers Webinar will provide you the fundamentals in order to plan and implement culturaly appropriate and context specific community engagement approaches in the response of COVID-19. It will also provide tips and tools to replicate the training with other technical staff and volunteers from National Societies

Moderators
Ombretta Baggio, IFRC Geneva
Margarita Griffith, IFRC Geneva

Expert Facilitators
Vivianne Fluck, IFRC Asia Pacific
Sharon Reader, IFRC Africa
Mónica Posada, IFRC Geneva
Madelon Schneiders, IFRC Europe
Yara Shamlati, IFRC MENA

DATE: Wednesday 13th May 2020
TIME:  2:00- 3:20pm CEST

Register to the Webinar here before Monday 11th
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
 For questions regarding this Webinar contact: riskcomm.gva@ifrc.org