Preparedness and response efforts to infectious threats must dialogue with people in need and identify adaptive public health models that improve lives before, during, and after an epidemic. To improve preparedness and response efforts, we must first understand the community engagement processes currently implemented in a particular country or locale.
We have developed detailed guidelines for collecting and analyzing community engagement structures currently in effect. This guideline can be applied to any type of intervention, program or project involving communities and collecting community feedback for program interventions.
Template – Individual Projects