This webinar held in September 2022 explored a digital diaries project which was part ofthe COVID-19 Social Science and Public Engagement Action Research (SPEAR) project. It looked at the experiences and impacts of COVID-19 for healthcare workers and vulnerable communities in South and Southeast Asia
Project Report: PowerPack of SuperScientists: Reframing gendered narratives to empower female scientists in South Africaby Maphe Mthembu, Mesh Editorial Team
In this project from South Africa, funded by the DELTAS Africa CPE Seed Fund, SANTHE researchers were transformed into SuperScientists to empower female scientists and challenge gender narratives that block women’s career progression in science.
Project Report: The Silent Plague: raising awareness of antibiotic-induced hearing loss in Nigeriaby Adebolajo Adeyemo, Mesh Editorial Team
In this article, Dr Adebolajo Adeyemo describes his community and public engagement project, supported by the DELTAS Africa CPE Seed Fund, in which he aimed to raise awareness of aminoglycoside-induced hearing loss through the creation of a Nollywood movie, in Nigeria.
This interactive Mesh learning webinar held in September 2020 explored the possibilities for community engagement with health research when we cannot meet in person. Find the recording here
This blog piece from Parenting Science Gang in the UK gives their top tips on using Facebook for citizen science and engagement.
The NCPPE in collaboration with UK university scientists have created a guide on how to use social media effectively for public engagement.
The SALUS project is a school engagement project exploring HIV research and treatment using animation, storytelling and online content. The pilot was conducted in the Umtata Region of Eastern Cape, South Africa
Event: Showcase 2019 - International Society of Neglected Tropical Diseases Festivalby Mesh Editorial Team
Project Report: Project Khuluma: providing psychosocial support for HIV positive adolescents in South Africa using mobile technologyby Nikita Simpson
A summary and evaluation of the Khuluma project which provides psychosocial support for HIV positive adolescents in South Africa using mobile technology.