COVID-19 Vaccine Promotion

Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) implemented a COVID-19 vaccine promotion project in Ethiopia with funding and technical assistance from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the global Breakthrough ACTION mechanism. Several SBC materials were produced under this project including TV and radio spots as well as different posters and banners. These materials were intended to reduce vaccine hesitancy among the general public and health service providers and increase the uptake of the vaccines.

Source: COVID-19 Vaccine Promotion

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    COVID-19 SBC Message Guide

    Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) conducted a COVID-19 prevention campaign with funding from the United States Agency for International Development under the global Breakthrough ACTION mechanism. Under this project, CCP supported the RCCE team in Ethiopia to develop a comprehensive message guide that informs the development of SBC campaigns and materials.

    Source: COVID-19 SBC Message Guide

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    COVID-19 Vaccines Hesitancy Among Community Health Workers in Ethiopia and Associated Factors – Brief Report

    Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) has implemented the COVID-19 vaccine promotion project in Ethiopia with funding and support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Global Breakthrough ACTION mechanism. CCP/Ethiopia conducted a cross-sectional community-based assessment of community health workers’ (CHWs) hesitancy toward COVID-19 vaccines during June and July 2022. CHWs include both Health Extension Workers (HEWs) and Women Development Army (WDA). The assessment aimed to inform risk communication and vaccine promotion programs in Ethiopia. Face-to-face interviews were used to collect information from CHWs regarding exposure to messages about COVID-19 vaccines, risk perceptions and practices related to COVID-19 vaccines. A total of 998 randomly sampled CHWs (491 HEWs and 507 WDAs) were interviewed in five clusters of major regions of Ethiopia (Amhara, Oromia, Benishangul-Gumuz, Southern Nations and Nationalities Peoples Region, Dire Dawa). About 200 randomly sampled CHWs were interviewed from each cluster.

    Source: COVID-19 Vaccines Hesitancy Among Community Health Workers in Ethiopia and Associated Factors – Brief Report

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    Building Trust and Empathy Around COVID-19: A Client-Centred Communication Approach

    A participant’s booklet used to train facility-based healthcare workers on Building Trust and Empathy Around COVID-19.

    Source: Building Trust and Empathy Around COVID-19: A Client-Centred Communication Approach

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      COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Among Healthcare Workers in Ethiopia and Associated Factors

      Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) has implemented a COVID-19 vaccine promotion project in Ethiopia with funding and technical assistance from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through the global Breakthrough ACTION mechanism. From February to March 2022, CCP/Ethiopia conducted a cross-sectional facility-based assessment of COVD-19 vaccine hesitancy among healthcare workers (HCWs). The assessment aimed to inform the risk communication and vaccine promotion programs in Ethiopia. Mobile phone assisted interviews were used to collect information regarding exposure to COVID-19 messages, risk perceptions and behavioral practices that are relevant to COVID-19 vaccines. A total of 500 randomly sampled healthcare workers were interviewed from selected health centers and hospitals in five clusters of major regions of Ethiopia (Bahir Dar, Hawasa, Jimma, Assossa and Addis Ababa). About 100 randomly sampled HCWs were interviewed from each cluster.

      Source: COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Among Healthcare Workers in Ethiopia and Associated Factors

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      Factors influencing COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and hesitancy among rural community in Bangladesh: A cross-sectional survey based study

      This study aims to investigate COVID-19 vaccine acceptance intention and to identify the potential factors influencing vaccine acceptance and hesitancy among the rural community in Bangladesh.

      Source: Factors influencing COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and hesitancy among rural community in Bangladesh: A cross-sectional survey based study

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        Breakthrough ACTION for COVID-19 campaign through Pharmacies Network

        JHCCP /BA COVID-19 is working with mClinica to conduct a campaign to pharmacy staff and pharmacy visitors to reach the elderly and other groups with low vaccination rates.
        The campaign is carried out digitally (online) through SwipeRx and also by placing educational materials in proposed 200 pharmacies in 4 priority districts of the JHCCP/BA project in East Java and South Sulawesi (Lumajang District, Pasuruan District, Sinjai District, and Bantaeng District.)

        This digital campaign was designed using the reference materials developed by the JHU CCP and MOH and was reviewed by Breakthrough Action and MOH and approved by the Ministry of Health on 6th July 2022. This report summarizes results from the initial 3-week deployment period in July 2022.

        The campaign includes content designed to build pharmacy professionals’ counseling capacity to bust myths and address vaccine hesitancy. All content was deployed in Bahasa Indonesia.

        Source: Breakthrough ACTION for COVID-19 campaign through Pharmacies Network

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        M. M. VACINA DE FORÇO – levar de cartão de negócios, REFORÇO, por Puto Aires

        O poster incentivando a aderência a vacina de reforço a todas as pessoas que ja tomaram a vacina ha mais de 6 meses.

        Source: M. M. VACINA DE FORÇO – levar de cartão de negócios, REFORÇO, por Puto Aires

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          Relance Vaccination Kaffrine – Évènement pilot

          Le 22 juillet, le district de Kaffrine a effectué le lancement régional de la région de Kaffrine. La cérémonie a eu lieu à Nganda avec la participation d’une forte délégation de l’USAID Senegal. Pour l’occasion des supports comme des banderoles, des Kakémonos, des Tee-shirts, lacostes et casquette ont été produits et distribués.

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