Mental Health Booklet for Teens

Across the world, teens reported increased anxiety and depression during the COVID-19 pandemic. This booklet was designed by Breakthrough ACTION Philippines for Filipino teens in response to their stated need for mental health support and resources. Teens were involved in the content selection and design, and it was reviewed by several leading Filipino mental health therapists/practitioners who work with teens. It will be available in Tagalog and Bisaya shortly. It can also be found on our website for teens:

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    Breakthrough ACTION Côte d’Ivoire COVID-19 Vaccination Video Spot: Get Vaccinated Like Me

    This video spot from Côte d’Ivoire was developed as the result of an analysis emerging from the national rumor management system indicating that people continued to be concerned regarding rumors around side effects, and wanted to see others like them getting vaccinated before making a decision.  The spot aims to convey a positive and varied image of the protection that vaccination provides to people from different stages of life; it features people of a variety of ages, profiles, and occupations displaying their vaccination cards, describing their vaccination experience, dispelling rumors about severe side effects, and affirming that vaccination was easy, had minimal side effects, and that the protection it affords them against COVID-19 is worth the effort.

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      Le bon et le mauvais

      Une vidéo de sensibilisation sur la nécessité de se faire vacciner en utilisant un raisonnement par l’absurde pour battre en brèche les idées reçues et autres formes de rumeurs ou mauvaises croyances sur le vaccin contre la covid. C’est en réalité l’illustration des conflits internes que vivent de nombreuses personnes et qui font qu’ils hésitent à se faire vacciner.

      An awareness video on the need to get vaccinated using reductio ad absurdum to challenge received ideas and other forms of rumors or bad beliefs about the covid vaccine. It is actually an illustration of the internal conflicts that many people experience and that make them hesitate to get vaccinated.

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        COVID-19 Vaccine “Voices” and “Satisfied Clients” Testimonials

        These video clips are short documentaries on “Voices” for COVID-19 vaccines and testimonials from “Satisfied Clients”. The videos feature influential institutional, community, and religious leaders speaking about the safety and benefits of the COVID-19 vaccines, and spearheading efforts to address vaccine rumors, misinformation, and hesitancy.  The videos are available in English and three local languages- Ga, Twi, and Dagbani.

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          COVID 19 Posters – Senegal

          The posters promote vaccination among the general population, pregnant women, health workers and men.These posters were created and produced in support of the government of Senegal, as part of the response to COVID-19, with the support of: UNICEF, WHO, USAID and Breakthrough ACTION.

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            Get the Facts Get the Vax Testimonials

            This is a series of testimonials, in English and Spanish, encouraging people to get the COVID-19 vaccine. They are part of Johns Hopkins University’s initiative to encourage JHU employees and members of the Baltimore community to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

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              Prevent Domestic Violence: Tips for Men

              The short animated gif/video in English and Siswati was developed for men to prevent domestic violence. It outlines six key steps men can take to help them from acting violently, and includes contact details of locally available services for help.  The video was designed to be distributed through social media platforms.

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