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Foundation-written and -funded reports look at current state of affairs and shine a light on the future
Jun 10 2021
Will Students Come Back?: Parent’s Attitudes to School Re-Opening
New research, conducted by RAND Corporation and commissioned by The Rockefeller Foundation, details parents’ preferences for in-person school safety measures and how they differ on racial and ethnic lines. Among key findings: 84 percent of parents plan to send at least some of their children to school in person in the fall, another 12 percent are unsure, and only 5 percent of parents have no plans to do so.
Health U.S. & the Americas
Jun 01 2021
One for All: An Updated Action Plan for Global Covid-19 Vaccination
Stopping the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic requires that all countries have equal access to Covid-19 vaccination. This new report by The Rockefeller Foundation, One for All: An Updated Action Plan for Global Covid-19 Vaccination, an update of the first report in April 2021, offers a 5-point action plan to scale equitable vaccination around the world.
Health Global
May 24 2021
Three Steps to Smart Covid-19 Testing: A Guide for Employers
While there is no ideal one-size-fits-all testing strategy, this guide walks businesses and organizations through three key steps to shape a testing plan best suited to the organization’s needs:1) assessing risk; 2) choosing the best testing strategy; and 3) putting testing strategies into action.
Health U.S. & the Americas
May 20 2021
The Road Ahead for Smart Covid-19 Testing and Tracing in India
In view of India’s current crisis, our strategic testing and tracing report lays out a blueprint for an equitable, cost-effective, and scalable Covid-19 response amidst a staggering surge of cases, formidable vaccination rollout, and threat of emerging variants.
Health Asia
Apr 28 2021
Reset the Table: Messaging Guide
One of the consistent needs expressed by those seeking to transform the food system is a shared narrative to motivate and sustain the needed changes in the system. This narrative and …
Food Global
Apr 13 2021
Covid-19 Vaccine Access and Confidence Survey
In April 2021, The Rockefeller Foundation launched a $20 million U.S. Equity-First Vaccination Initiative that aims to increase vaccination uptake among communities of color. The initiative supports equity-first models to …
Economic Equity Health U.S. & the Americas
Apr 08 2021
Baltimore Health Corps Pilot: Early Lessons
On March 12, 2020, the first case of Covid-19 was diagnosed in Baltimore City. Its infection rate increased rapidly through March and into April and May, proving to be 4 …
Economic Equity Health U.S. & the Americas
Apr 08 2021
Vaccine Confidence Message Brief
In order to get Americans vaccinated quickly, we need to understand the motivations and hesitations behind getting vaccinated. We are launching the Vaccine Confidence Message Brief to explore what motivates high-priority …
Health U.S. & the Americas