The READY Initiative, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), the Centre for Humanitarian Health at Johns Hopkins University and the Geneva Center of Humanitarian Studiesare pleased to announce the relaunch of its COVID-19 & Humanitarian Settings webinar series. Now occurring monthly, these webinars will feature a series of panels examining some of the controversial and under-explored issues affecting the COVID-19 pandemic in humanitarian settings. Each panel will welcome experts from across the sector and around the globe.You can find a list of upcoming dates and topics below. If you are interested in attending a webinar, please click on the registration link at the bottom of this invitation.

You can view webinar recordings from the previous series here.

NEXT WEBINAR

“The shielding approach in humanitarian settings: was it and will it EVER be fit for purpose?”

Wednesday, 9 December 2020, 8-9am EST/2-3pm Geneva


PREVIOUS WEBINARS

“Which Health Services in Humanitarian Settings should we NOT provide during COVID-19?”

Wednesday, 18 November 2020

Recordings of this webinar are available here.

“Why is COVID-19 NOT transmitting in humanitarian settings as expected…or is it?”

Wednesday, 14 October 2020

Recordings of this webinar are available here.

Below is the list of upcoming webinars:

DATETOPIC
Wed, December 9
0800-0900 EST
“The shielding approach in humanitarian settings: was it and will it EVER be fit for purpose?”
Wed, January 13
0800-0900 EST
“What is the ROLE of humanitarian NGOs in the COVID-19 pandemic?”

To complement this initiative, COVID-19 Humanitarian, an open access, web-based platform, has been created to promote and value the collection and sharing of field-based COVID-19 programme adaptations and innovations, facilitating learning among organizations in different sectors and contexts.