Covid-19 Response

At the onset of Covid-19 pandemic, U-Learn pivoted to support Uganda Ministry of Health Covid-19 response. This work is largely complete. Below is a snapshot of our support to the Covid-19 response in Uganda.


Support MoH with web platform

U-Learn supported the Ministry of Health (MoH) to design a single user-friendly web platform to increase access to information and improve high-level decision making. The platform pulls together key resources (local, national and global), statistical analysis, situation reports, government announcements, best practices and cross-sector guidance. It acts as a library for information and risk communication materials, and tracks response activities.

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gap filling MoH dashboard partner activity

U-Learn helped fill critical information gaps by conducting assessments and developing a partner activity mapping.

Developed on behalf of the MoH, the dashboard provides 4Ws information (who, what, where, when) on actor presence and programmatic focus to support enhanced coordination and decision-making under each pillar and across the Covid-19 response. It is available on the MoH Response Info Hub.


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Covid Rumour Tracking Bulletins

Misinformation and rumours can undermine humanitarian responses, create suffering or anger, and provoke detrimental behaviors or violent reactions.

U-Learn supported the set-up and implementation of a new inter-agency Rumour Tracker to record, verify and fast-check rumours in communities and counter with accurate information as required, through a range of channels such as local media, community leaders and word of mouth.

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Joint market monitoring

In collaboration with the Cash Working Group’s Market Analysis Task Force, U-Learn supported market monitoring to understand the impact of Covid-19 on commodity prices and functionality of markets in refugee com-munities. The market monitoring provides timely information to actors implementing cash programming across the refugee response.

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