Next door Neighbor video

This video is of a phone call between two neighbors in quarantine. It covers several rumors and misinformation about COVID-19 and where to find reliable information in order to adopt preventative behaviors (in this case, Bangladesh’s Ministry of Health website).

Source: Next door Neighbor video

    Anti-stigma posters and leaflets for COVID-19 (Cote d’Ivoire)

    This series of printed materials (posters and leaflets) was developed by Breakthrough ACTION Cote d’Ivoire in collaboration with its government partners. It focuses on the non-stigmatization of people living with or recovered from COVID-19, in the community and in the workplace.

    Source: Anti-stigma posters and leaflets for COVID-19 (Cote d’Ivoire)

    • Jorie Nana
    • mnana@jhu.edu

    Save the Children Ethiopia COVID campaign (Twitter)

    Save the Children Ethiopia country office; under its media campaign work with UNICEF, had produced nine additional television spots with Fana Broadcasting Corporate. Here’s a video on how to minimize stress and apply positive parenting.

    Source: Save the Children Ethiopia COVID campaign (Twitter)

      Opinion leaders in Malawi promoting the COVID-19 vaccine

      Three opinion leaders were featured in the social posters: Bishop Martin Mtumbuka of Roman Catholic – Karonga Diocese, Honorable Fred Kazombo, MP and Deputy Speaker of Parliament, and Sheikh Omar Nkachelenga of Blantyre Islamic Movement. Social media posters are in the Chichewa language.

      Source: Opinion leaders in Malawi promoting the COVID-19 vaccine

      • Katie Rodriguez
      • kmicek1@jhu.edu

      Uganda COVID-19 Campaign Materials

      The Uganda Kijja Kugwa  (English translation: “COVID-19 Will Pass”) campaign promotes awareness of and adherence to the national standard operating procedures (SOPs) related to risk communication and prevention of COVID-19, including vaccine uptake, addressing vaccine hesitancy, and proper management of COVID-19 cases. 

      The campaign tools include radio spots, print (posters, fact booklets, home care guide, wall charts, z-cards, stickers, banners), TV spots, videos, social media, digital media tools for providers, clients, and gatekeepers/influencers. Since implementation, the campaign has been refreshed to incorporate messaging on vaccines, including a special Moments campaign. Various materials are available in English, Ateso, Acholi, Karamojong, Luganda, Lumasaba, Lusoga, Runyankore, Runyoro-Rutooro, Swahili, and other local languages.

      The campaign was developed In partnership with the Ministry of Health, UNICEF, WHO, USAID, and the USAID Social and Behavior Change Activity. For more information, contact Glory Mkandawire, Chief of Party gmkanda2@jhu.edu.

      Resources:

      Moments campaign for vaccine uptake, featuring sentimental posters and videos of gatherings with friends, family, and colleagues, that reinforce vaccination.

        Sub-national Risk Communication & Community Engagement Implementation Field Guide to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

        This field guide was developed to provide guidance to Community Health Workers, Health Promoters and Social Mobilisers on the implementation of COVID-19 risk communication and community engagement (RCCE) activities at the sub national level.

        Source: Sub-national Risk Communication & Community Engagement Implementation Field Guide to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

          #HarGharDastak Campaign, India – Twitter post

          This is a tweet from the #HarGharDastak Campaign in India.

          Source: #HarGharDastak Campaign, India – Twitter post