COVID-19 Webinars

COVID-19 & Humanitarian Settings: Knowledge & Experience Sharing Weekly Webinar Series

Join the READY initiative, the Health in Humanitarian Crises Centre at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, the Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action, and the Center for Humanitarian Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for a weekly webinar series on COVID-19 and humanitarian settings.

Webinars were held weekly between April 1 - July 1, 2020 and a full list of recordings are below.

We now have a new series monthly every second Wednesday (initially running Oct 14 2020 - 13 Jan 2021) - recordings below when available.

Autumn monthly series:

09 December 2020
Will the COVID-19 vaccine ever reach forcibly displaced populations?

11 November 2020
Which health services in humanitarian settings should we NOT provide during COVID-19?


14 October 2020
Why is COVID-19 NOT Transmitting in Humanitarian Settings as expected…or is it?


Summer weekly series:

01 July 2020
Lessons Learned from the Field: Experiences from the COVID-19 Humanitarian Platform

24 June 2020
Violence Against Health Care and the COVID-19 Response


17 June 2020
Caring for People with NCDs in Humanitarian Settings During the COVID-19 Pandemic


10 June 2020
COVID-19 and Maternal & Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings

03 June 2020
COVID-19 Surveillance in Humanitarian Settings


28 May 2020
The Next Crisis Wave of COVID-19: Impacts on Household Food Security and Nutrition and Preparedness Considerations


21 May 2020
COVID-19 Magnifying Gender Inequalities


13 May 2020
WASH and COVID-19: How can we improve hygiene behaviours? 


07 May 2020
COVID-19 Case Management in Humanitarian and Low-Income Settings: Dilemmas and Decisions


29 April 2020
RCCE: Perceptions, Misinformation, and Concerns in African Countries in the time of COVID-19 


23 April 2020
Mental Health and Psychosocial Support for COVID-19 


15 April 2020 
Programme Prioritisation and Adaptation during COVID-19


08 April 2020
COVID-19: Can we really learn from past outbreaks?