La Voz de los Religiosos Guatemala March-April 2022

The La Voz de los Religiosos campaign in Guatemala aired March through April 2022. The campaign aired six testimonials from prominent religious leaders promoting COVID-19 Vaccination. Testimonials aired on national TV and Radio and were also disseminated on Social Media.

Source: La Voz de los Religiosos Guatemala March-April 2022

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    ¡Vacúnate ya contra el COVID y vive calidá! Guatemala Vaccine Campaign May-June 2022

    The ¡Vacúnate ya contra el Covid y vive calidá! rural COVID-19 communication campaign was launched in 14 municipalities of Huehuetenango, San Marcos, Quiché, and Alta Verapaz. The campaign materials included TV, print, mobile loudspeaker audio, social media in Spanish as well as radio spots in 6 languages (Spanish, Ixil, Mam, Poqomchi’, Q’eqchi’, and Q’anjob’al). The campaign promoted vaccination among individuals hesitant to get vaccinated, people who need their second dose, pregnant women and nursing mothers, and parents of children aged 12–17 years.

    Source: ¡Vacúnate ya contra el COVID y vive calidá! Guatemala Vaccine Campaign May-June 2022

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      Poster campaign on vaccines for vulnerable populations

      The COVID-19 pandemic rages on and even with vaccines being rolled out for nearly a year now, there are still plenty of individuals and communities who haven’t taken up the option, either due to lack of availability, skepticism or poor understanding due to misinformation.

      To emphasize the importance of getting vaccinated, and encourage those who have yet to be immunized to do so, social art and design lab Amplifier has made available to street papers a series of posters which highlight the collective benefits of receiving the vaccine.

      Source: Poster campaign on vaccines for vulnerable populations

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        We Protect Generations

        The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health is producing materials related to COVID-19 for tribes to distribute in partnership with Indian Health Service and with support from the Walmart Foundation. Materials are produced with oversight from an advisory group representing over 15 tribal communities across the U.S.

        This video is geared to Native youth (16 and older) encouraging COVID-19 vaccination. Vaccines are safe for Native people and highly effective at preventing hospitalization and death from COVID-19. Protect our elders and communities by getting a shot today. Video produced by @skybearmedia in partnership with Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board.  music by Supaman.

        Source: We Protect Generations

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          Diné Traditional Healer Talks about the COVID-19 Vaccine

          The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health is producing materials related to COVID-19 for tribes to distribute in partnership with Indian Health Service and with support from the Walmart Foundation. Materials are produced with oversight from an advisory group representing over 15 tribal communities across the U.S.

          This is a video with Beverly Gorman, Diné (Navajo) Traditional Healer, on her decision to get the COVID-19 vaccination. Film by John L. Hosteen II.

          Source: Diné Traditional Healer Talks about the COVID-19 Vaccine

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            Understanding COVID-19 Vaccines

            The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health is producing materials related to COVID-19 for tribes to distribute in partnership with Indian Health Service and with support from the Walmart Foundation. Materials are produced with oversight from an advisory group representing over 15 tribal communities across the U.S.

            This factsheet, Understanding COVID-19 Vaccines, is tailored to Indigenous populations and explains the facts and benefits of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.

            Source: Understanding COVID-19 Vaccines

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            COVID-19 Vaccine Q&A Social Media Toolkit

            The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health is producing materials related to COVID-19 for tribes to distribute in partnership with Indian Health Service and with support from the Walmart Foundation. Materials are produced with oversight from an advisory group representing over 15 tribal communities across the U.S.

            This COVID-19 Vaccine Question and Answer Social Media toolkit contains 8 graphics with accompanying social media messages for use in health communications.

            Source: COVID-19 Vaccine Q&A Social Media Toolkit

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            What You Can Do When Vaccinated

            The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health is producing materials related to COVID-19 for tribes to distribute in partnership with Indian Health Service and with support from the Walmart Foundation. Materials are produced with oversight from an advisory group representing over 15 tribal communities across the U.S.

            This social media kit contains a SM post with message and link to a video on the benefits of being vaccinated: getting back to group sports, connecting with your family, and reconnecting with friends, safely.

            Source: What You Can Do When Vaccinated

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            Coming of Age: Supportive Messages for Youth

            The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health is producing materials related to COVID-19 for tribes to distribute in partnership with Indian Health Service and with support from the Walmart Foundation. Materials are produced with oversight from an advisory group representing over 15 tribal communities across the U.S.

            Coming of Age social media toolkit highlights the importance of COVID-19 vaccinations and leading healthy lives for Native youth.

            Source: Coming of Age: Supportive Messages for Youth

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            Behind the Mask

            This video follows a young couple discussing the use of masks. The young woman convinces her boyfriend to use a mask to protect himself and others from COVID-19.

            Source: Behind the Mask

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