COVID-19 vaccination song, caravans and testimonials

This video shows the COVID-19 vaccination song, caravans in various areas with young people and testimonials from the performers to promote vaccination.

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    COVID-19 Song and Caravan Video

    This video shares a vaccination campaign song and caravan that reaches out to young people in Mozambique. It includes youth testimonials about why to vaccinate.

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      Education during COVID-19

      Here’s how children in India are feeling about learning at home during COVID-19.

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        How is COVID-19 affecting parents’ mental health

        Being a parent is a daily challenge and faced with the realities of COVID 19, social distancing and self-quarantine, it may be a struggle. For parents, the best way to help their children is to firstly take care of themselves.

        Self-care during these times is not selfish because it enables the caregivers to be there for their children as a stable, calm and soothing parent. This way, parents will also be able to better understand their children and help them feel reassured, relaxed and focused.

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          COVID Vaccine Ambassador Training: How to Talk to Parents

          In collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Consortium for School-Based Health Solutions, IVAC faculty have just launched a free online course, “COVID Vaccine Ambassador Training: How to Talk to Parents.”

          Designed for parents, teachers, and school staff, this online course aims to provide “vaccine ambassadors” with the tools to discuss concerns about COVID-19 vaccines with people in their communities. The self-paced course teaches adults how to have respectful and empathetic conversations with parents and guardians who remain hesitant about vaccination for their children, even if they are vaccinated themselves.

          The goal of the course is to empower more people to communicate with parents in the U.S. who have concerns about vaccinating their children, despite the availability of safe, effective, and free COVID-19 vaccines for children ages five and up. In recent weeks, COVID-19 hospitalizations in children have spiked to record levels, including among unvaccinated children ages 5 and up who are eligible for COVID-19 vaccines. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an average of 672 children age 17 and under were admitted to hospitals every day with COVID-19 during the week ending Sunday, January 2—the highest such number of the pandemic. These numbers underscore the urgency to get eligible children across the country vaccinated and boosted now.

          The COVID-19 Vaccine Ambassador course covers evidence-based communication strategies, with video explainers and FAQs about COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccines, as well as lessons on how to engage in constructive conversations about vaccine hesitancy. The course also includes reliable sources of information about COVID-19 vaccines, an important tool in discussions around vaccines.

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            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.

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

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              Response to COVID-19, a practical guide for schools

              The development of this practical guide is part of the response to Covid-19 in schools and schools.

              This work was coordinated by DCMS / MEN, in partnership with SNEIPS / MSAS, Atelier FONS and USAID / Breakthrough Action.

              This guide, which is intended to be a tool to support the educational community in establishing good attitudes and practices, is made up of three parts:

              • Documentary section in which generalities on Covid-19 are discussed;
              • Practical part where technical sheets are presented accompanied by illustrations of the measures decreed by the health authorities;
              • General recommendations section.

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              Four Things You Can Do to Support Your Teen’s Mental Health

              This is guidance for parents to help them deal with their teenagers’ mental health, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.

              The four things parents can do are:

              1. Encourage them to share their feelings
              2. Take the time to support them
              3. Work through conflict together
              4. Care for yourself

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                Questions and Answers: Adolescents, Youth and COVID-19

                These questions and answers were developed by the World Health Organization, UNESCO, UNFPA and UNICEF.

                Questions include:

                • Can adolescents catch COVID-19?
                • Can adolescents spread COVID-19 to other people even if they have mild or no symptoms?
                • Since there are few known cases of adolescents getting seriously ill with COVID-19, should I go to a health facility if I develop symptoms of the disease?
                • I am on medication for a chronic health condition. Should I change anything?
                • I am bored staying home. Since I am very unlikely to get severely ill even if I was to get COVID-19, why is it important that I follow the guidelines to prevent transmission such as keeping physical distance from other people?
                • I am feeling really anxious about COVID-19 and its impact on my life. What should I do?

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