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Projects in DRC

  • Facilitation of religious leaders' engagement in the Ebola response (Eglise Evangélique du Rite Africain, Congrégation Baptiste du Kivu, Eglise Catholique, Adventists, Imams of Mosques)
  • Identification and implication of traditional customary leaders (Mwamis) of the principal Nandé chieftaincies
  • Implication of politicians (in power and in opposition) to contribute to the Ebola response
  • Knowledge and Beliefs about Ebola Virus in a Conflict-Affected Area: Early Evidence from the North Kivu Outbreak
  • Study of the gaps in the Ebola response, Butembo
  • Study of Ebola in the Health Zone of Butembo
  • Exploratory research on the Maisons de Prières (prayer houses) in the Butembo and Katwa health zones
  • Community resistance to Ebola interventions
  • Identification and implication of influential persons in the Ebola reponse (Beni)
  • Preparation of malaria campaign in the context of Ebola: Brief study of perceptions of this campaign, Beni
  • Implication of religious leaders (Christian and Muslim) in the city of Beni
  • Anthropological factors associated with the vulnerability of boys (ages 0 to 5 and 5 to 15) to Ebola virus, Beni
  • EBOLA RESPONSE (Parents’ health seeking behaviors for children)
  • EBOLA RESPONSE (Perceptions of the prevention & protection of pregnant and lactating women in the context of EVD)
  • EBOLA RESPONSE (Understanding health seeking behaviour for children during Ebola)
  • IFRC Community Feedback from Ebola-affected Communities
  • Integrating routine health information into the response to Ebola in the DRC and generating lessons for future public health crises
  • Peacebuilding & EBOLA KAP survey
  • Strengthening ethics in Ebola research
  • The Role of Social, Cultural and Environmental Factors in Improving Ebola Virus Disease Response and Resilience
  • The Social Science in Humanitarian Action Platform (SSHAP)
  • UNICEF KAP1 (Beni & Mabalako), August 2018
  • UNICEF KAP2 (Beni & Mabalako), September 2018
  • UNICEF KAP3 (Beni city), October 2018
  • UNICEF KAP4 (Butembo), October 2018
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