Assessment of Community Feedback Mechanisms for Rumors
This is a review of the community feedback and media monitoring systems utilized in Ghana in 2020. The review was carried out to identify existing systems and note their strengths and areas which needed improvement.
This was done in order to strengthen the capacity to respond to health emergencies. The assessment included identification of feedback mechanisms to address rumors.
Source: Breakthrough ACTION/Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Date of Publication: June 6, 2021
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