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October 14, 2022

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

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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.

Côte d’Ivoire “Bon a Savoir” (Good to Know) COVID-19 Vaccine social media graphics series

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The “Good to Know” (Bon a Savoir) series consists of graphics shared on the Côte d’Ivoire Ministry of Health’s social media platforms to address COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy.

August 31, 2022

Le bon et le mauvais

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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.

Flashmob Ils tombent en plein supermarché, victimes de COVID-19

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Une vidéo flashmob visant à sensibiliser les populations ivoiriennes sur l’importance de se faire vacciner avant que le pire n’arrive. Dans un supermaché d’Abidjan, des personnes tombent subitement, ce qui affole la foule avant qu’elle ne se rende compte qu’il s’agit d’une mise en scène.

Voilà pourquoi il faut se faire vacciner

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Cette vidéo vise à encourager les personnes hésitantes à se faire vacciner contre la covid19. Elle est jouée par les acteurs d’une célèbre télé ivoirienne « Les coups de la vie ». Le message essentiel ici c’est de dire aux populations de ne pas se fier au ragots et rumeurs et que le vaccin est efficace et sûr.

July 14, 2022

Three Insights to Help Overcome COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

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As part of the USAID-funded Breakthrough ACTION project, the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs and partner ideas42 are working with teams and governments in eight countries — Liberia, Côte d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Philippines, and Nigeria — to understand and target demand-side barriers to improve acceptance and uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine.

June 7, 2022

Cote d’Ivoire Easter COVID ‘Vaccinate Before Travel’ Campaign

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In Côte d’Ivoire, this news report shares about an innovative strategy to accelerate COVID-19 vaccination coverage through targeting Easter travelers. Easter is a time of heavy travel; regional celebrations known as Paquinou are organized. Large public gatherings/mass movement make this a high-risk period for transmission. the center of the country.

The strategy promoted ‘vaccinate before travel’ and included pop up vaccination promotion to encourage travelers to get vaccinated before traveling. This link includes a campaign report, a TV News report and Campaign images.

March 4, 2022

The Perception of COVID-19 communication in West Africa (non-Sahel): report

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UNESCO Abuja Office initiated a survey on Perception of COVID-19 Communication in West Africa (non-Sahel). The survey was developed to understand how people in some Western African countries obtain and use the Information on COVID-19 for informed decisions.

“On the Last Day of the Last Month, I Will Go”: A Qualitative Exploration of COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence among Ivoirian Adults

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We conducted in-depth interviews with individuals who had recovered from COVID-19, people who had lost a family member to COVID-19, and health providers. We also conducted focus group discussions with members of the general population to explore social norms and community perceptions related to COVID-19, including prevention behaviors, stigma, and vaccines.

January 18, 2022

Research brief: Barriers to COVID-19 prevention behaviors in Côte d’Ivoire

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This research brief, available in both English and French, summarizes the results of a qualitative study examining barriers to a range of COVID-19 prevention behaviors early on in the COVID-19 pandemic in late 2020.

The study included individual interviews (IDIs) with COVID-19 survivors, individuals who lost a family member to the disease, and health workers. Focus group discussions (FGDs) were also conducted with members of the general population to explore social norms and community perceptions related to COVID-19.

January 12, 2022

Cote d’Ivoire COVID-19 Campaign Prevention Materials

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These materials, al produced in French, were developed by Breakthrough ACTION Cote d’Ivoire in conjunction with its government partners as part of a broader campaign to promote COVID-19 prevention behaviors and address COVID-19 related stigma.

January 6, 2022

Anti-stigma posters and leaflets for COVID-19 (Cote d’Ivoire)

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This series of printed materials (posters and leaflets) was developed by Breakthrough ACTION Cote d’Ivoire in collaboration with its government partners. It focuses on the non-stigmatization of people living with or recovered from COVID-19, in the community and in the workplace.

December 28, 2021

COVID-19 prevention poster series for places of worship

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This series of posters was developed by Breakthrough ACTION Cote d’Ivoire with its government partners in 2020. The series uses images of famous religious leaders (Muslim, Catholic, and Evangelical) to encourage the faithful to practice barrier measures.

Perceptions of COVID-19 vaccines in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire: Synthesis of a qualitative study

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This document summarizes the results of a qualitative research done on perceptions related to COVID-19 vaccines in 2020, before the introduction of vaccines in Cote d’Ivoire in 2021. A “3C” model (Confidence, convenience, and complacency) was used to classify the major determinants of intention to be vaccinated in a population of adult residents of Abidjan.

December 6, 2021

Posters for COVID-19 prevention with religious leaders

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This is a collection of eight posters concerning COVID-19 prevention. The posters are in French and feature religious leaders explaining the various methods that prevent the spread of COVID-19.

June 1, 2021

Real-Time Tracking of COVID-19 Rumors Using Community-Based Methods in Côte d’Ivoire

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Breakthrough ACTION developed a process and technology for systematically collecting, analyzing, and addressing COVID-19 rumors in real-time in Côte d’Ivoire. Rumors were submitted through community-based contributors and collected from callers to the national hotlines and then processed on a cloud-hosted database.

December 7, 2020

Joli Masque

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This video, produced by Development Media International, explains the importance of mask wearing, social distancing and hand washing to slow the spread of coronavirus through a friendly conversation between three men in Côte d’Ivoire. The video is in French with English subtitles.

October 30, 2020

Confiance Totale PSAs

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In 2020, Breakthrough ACTION created the Confiance Totale brand and logo to generate trust in and demand for Family Planning methods and services among women of reproductive age in ILN catchment areas.

April 29, 2020

COVID-19 Posters and Brochures

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Ces affiches et brochures ont été produites en mars 2020 en réponse à la crise du COVID-19.
These posters and brochures were produced in March 2020 as a response to the COVID-19 crisis.

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