Published in: 2021
SuSanA India Chapter
India Regional Chapter Coordinator
COVID-19 pandemic swept across India in April and May 2021, and preventing infection became of paramount importance. The health systems were overwhelmed. Over the past year, we have learnt great deal of how the disease spread. This necessitated expansion of the earlier preventive measures promoted in the early stages of the pandemic in 2020 such as wearing masks, social distancing and washing hands. Collectively called COVID-19 Appropriate Behaviour (CAB), these measures offer protection from COVID-19. UNICEF, IRC, WaterAid India, WHO, the SuSanA India Chapter and the India Sanitation Coalition compiled these. Through this discussion and webinar these organizations sought experiences from CSOs in India of how local leaders and panchayat members had promoted CABs, and the support they needed expand further.
Jacob, N. (2021). Promoting COVID-19 Appropriate Behaviour Synthesis Document of Thematic Discussion and Webinar. SuSanA India Chapter
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