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COVID Behaviors Dashboard

The  COVID Behaviors dashboard presents data from a global survey of knowledge, attitudes and practices around COVID-19. Insights and analyses on how to use the data were written by researchers and social and behavior change communication experts at Johns Hopkins CCP in collaboration with WHO’s Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN).

The data visualized here are from the COVID-19 Trends and Impact Survey (CTIS), launched by Facebook in partnership with the Delphi Group at Carnegie Mellon University in the United States and the University of Maryland Social Data Science Center globally. This series of visualizations is an outgrowth of data visualization work Johns Hopkins CCP implemented between September 2020 – March 2021. 

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Rumor Tracking for COVID-19 Metadata Package

CCP-led Breakthrough ACTION produced a real-time rumor tracking system design and implementation guide for humanitarian and public health organizations as well as national governments seeking to document rumors in a systematic and dynamic fashion. The guide lays out an application of this approach using the District Health Information System 2 (DHIS2) open source software platform, including an overview of a pre-configured metadata package that can be installed on a new DHIS2 system or imported to an existing system.

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Compass

The Compass is a curated collection of social and behavior change (SBC) resources. The collection offers the highest quality “how-to” tools and packages of materials from SBC projects. Each item in the Compass is vetted to ensure it was developed via a strategic process and had documented success in the field.

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COVID-19 Communication Network
COVID-19 Communication Network

The COVID-19 Communication Network is a reliable site for social and behavior change (SBC) professionals, and other responders in need, to access and share high quality communication materials, tools and resources from global partners to address the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic.

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