COVID-19 Vaccination in Pregnancy

This video features Dr Shivani Samlall – A Gynaecologist Oncologist from the Ministry of Health endorsing the COVID-19 vaccination for pregnant women.

Watch the video here.

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Don’t Hesitate, Vaccinate

This video was produced by the Ministry of Health-Guyana and highlights the importance, safety, and effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine to protect pregnant women and their babies.

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Views 458

Radio spots promoting vaccination during AFCON Nigeria – English

These two radio spots are to promote routine immunization and the COVID-19 vaccine during AFCON 2023, featuring well known sportscasters. They aim to inspire men to ensure that their families and loved ones have all the vaccines they need.  The radio spots are part of an overall campaign which includes TV spots, radio spots, community activity guides and social media guides. The campaign is in 5 languages (English, French, Swahili, Pidgin and Portuguese.) and was developed by Breakthrough ACTION.

Radio Spot 1

Radio Spot 2

Views 731

Spot de rádio para promover a vacinação durante o Campeonato Africano de Futebol – AFCON Moçambique

Estes dois spots de rádio destinam-se a promover a imunização de rotina e a vacina contra a COVID-19 durante o Campeonato Africano de Futebol de 2023, com a participação de Comentadores desportivos bem conhecidos. O objetivo é inspirar os homens a garantir que as suas famílias e ente queridos tomem todas as vacinas de que necessitam.  Os anúncios de rádio fazem parte de uma campanha global que inclui anúncios televisivos, anúncios de rádio, eventos comunitários e guias para as redes sociais. A campanha está disponível em 5 línguas (inglês, francês, swahili, pidgin e português) e foi desenvolvida pela Breakthrough ACTION.

Radio Spot 1

Radio Spot 2

Views 441

Posters promoting vaccination during AFCON – Cameroon

These three posters capture the joy of Cameroon’s football fans as they cheer their team on at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations while promoting routine childhood vaccination and regular COVID-19 vaccination to protect the most vulnerable. The posters are part of an overall campaign which includes TV spots, radio spots, community events guide and social media guide. The campaign is in 5 languages (English, French, Swahili, Pidgin and Portuguese) and was developed by Breakthrough ACTION.

Poster 1

Poster 2

Poster 3

These posters are also available for Cameroon in French.

Views 551

Affiches pour la promotion de la vaccination durant la CAN au Cameroun

Ces trois affiches immortalisent la joie des supporters de football camerounais qui soutiennent leur équipe lors de la Coupe d’Afrique des Nations 2023, tout en promouvant la vaccination systématique des enfants et la vaccination régulière contre le COVID-19 pour protéger les personnes les plus vulnérables. Les affiches font partie d’une campagne mondiale qui comprend des spots télévisés, des spots radio, des soirées de visionnage de match et des guides pour les réseaux sociaux. La campagne est en 5 langues (anglais, français, swahili, pidgin et portugais) et a été développée par Breakthrough ACTION.

Poster 1

Poster 2

Poster 3

These posters are also available for Cameroon in English

 

Views 447

Radio spots promoting vaccination during AFCON Cameroon

These two radio spots are to promote routine immunization and the COVID-19 vaccine during AFCON 2023, featuring well known sportscasters. They aim to inspire men to ensure that their families and loved ones have all the vaccines they need.  The radio spots are part of an overall campaign which includes TV spots, radio spots, community activity guides and social media guides. The campaign is in 5 languages (English, French, Swahili, Pidgin and Portuguese.) and was developed by Breakthrough ACTION

Radio Spot 1

Radio Spot 2

These spots are also available for Cameroon in French

Views 466

Spots radio pour la promotion de la vaccination pendant la Coupe d’Afrique des nations – Cameroun

Ces deux spots radio visent à promouvoir la vaccination de routine et le vaccin COVID-19 pendant la CAN 2023, en mettant en scène des présentateurs sportifs célèbres. Ils ont pour but de motiver les hommes à s’assurer que leurs familles et leurs proches disposent de tous les vaccins dont ils ont besoin.  Les spots radio sont une composante d’une campagne globale qui comprend des spots télévisés, des spots radio, une soirée de surveillance et des guides pour les réseaux sociaux. La campagne est disponible en 5 langues (anglais, français, swahili, pidgin et portugais) et a été conçue par Breakthrough ACTION.

Radio spot 1

Radio spot 2

These spots are also available for Cameroon in English

 

Views 426

Des spots télévisés pour la promotion de la vaccination pendant la Coupe d’Afrique des nations (CAN) Cameroun

Ces deux messages télévisés visent à promouvoir la vaccination de routine et COVID-19 lors de la CAN 2023. Ils visent à encourager les hommes à s’assurer que leurs familles et leurs proches disposent de tous les vaccins dont ils ont besoin.   Les vidéos font partis d’une campagne globale qui comprend des spots télévisés, des spots radio, des guides pour des évènements jour de match et des guides pour les réseaux sociaux. La campagne est disponible en 5 langues (anglais, français, swahili, pidgin et portugais) et a été conçue par Breakthrough ACTION.

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TV Spot 1

TV Spot 2

These spots are also available for Cameroon in English

 

 

Views 472

TV spots promoting vaccination campaign – AFCON Cameroon

These two TV spots are designed to touch the hearts of Cameroon’s male football fans as they cheer their team on at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations to inspire them to ensure that their families and loved ones have the COVID-19 vaccine and routine childhood vaccinations they need.

Led by Breakthrough ACTION, this campaign includes TV spots, radio spots, posters, a community events guide and a social media guide. The campaign is in 5 languages (English, French, Swahili, Pidgin and Portuguese).

Link to

TV Spot 1

TV Spot 2

These spots are also available for Cameroon in French

Views 492