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ACT (Action against COVID Transmission) Nairobi

Project: Research

Description

The overall aim of this project is to deliver training and develop resources to support this community in reducing COVID-19 transmission in the informal settlement of Mukuru, Nairobi. Public health messages inMukuru are typically disseminated using a process known locally as sensitisation. In this context, sensitisation involves raising awareness around local health and wellbeing issues and disseminating public health messages using socially and culturally relevant media.

Layman's description

The overall aim of this project is to deliver training and develop resources to support this community in reducing COVID-19 transmission in the informal settlement of Mukuru, Nairobi. Public health messages inMukuru are typically disseminated using a process known locally as sensitisation. In this context, sensitisation involves raising awareness around local health and wellbeing issues and disseminating public health messages using socially and culturally relevant media.
Short titleACT
AcronymACT
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date1/06/2030/09/20

Collaborative partners

  • University of Portsmouth (lead)
  • Mukuru Youth Initiative (Project partner)
  • University of Glasgow
  • Institute of Occupational Medicine
  • Stockholm Environment Institute at University of York (Project partner)
  • Dr Melaneia Warwick
Relations

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