Ajustement à bases factuelles des mesures de santé publique et des mesures sociales

Un rapport de lignes directrices provisoires pour les États membres de la région africaine de l’OMS concernant la santé publique et les mesures sociales pour prévenir la propagation des COVID-19.

Source: Ajustement à bases factuelles des mesures de santé publique et des mesures sociales

    COVID-19 in Africa: Fighting Fake News about Coronavirus

    To combat what the World Health Organization has called an “infodemic” around COVID-19, BBC News Africa has launched a searchable library of fact-checks debunking popular myths and misinformation about coronavirus in Africa.

    You can explore the top stories on this theme and also search the library of fact-checks.

    Source: COVID-19 in Africa: Fighting Fake News about Coronavirus

      Films about Coronavirus

      In Africa and South Asia more than 3 billion people live with little access to intensive care. Their best hope is through knowledge and information, allowing communities to slow the epidemic, protect those most vulnerable, and continue accessing treatment for other deadly illnesses.

      Picturing Health is working in partnership with leading research organisations, as well as UNICEF and NGOs to produce films and public health messages to get the right information to the people who need it.

      Source: Films about Coronavirus

        One by One: Target COVID-19 Social Media Toolkit

        This page offers Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter resources to encourage people to practice social distancing and help spread accurate information on COVID-19. Users can copy and paste into their own feed. One can also download an image.

        Source: One by One: Target COVID-19 Social Media Toolkit

          Responding to COVID-19 in Africa: Using Data to Find a Balance

          In this report, the Partnership for EvidenceBased Response to COVID-19 (PERC), a consortium of global public health organizations and private sector firms, brings together findings from a survey conducted March 29-April 17, 2020 in 28 cities across 20 AU Member States, along with epidemiological measures of disease transmission and indicators of population movements and unrest, among others. Synthesized, these data provide a first-of-its-kind snapshot of baseline conditions in Africa during this rapidly evolving pandemic.

          The following recommendations are made:

          • While caseloads remain low, build public health capacity to test, trace, isolate, and treat cases—the necessary foundation for reopening society
          • Monitor data on how PHSMs meet local COVID-19 conditions and needs, and to determine when and how to lift them in a way that balances lives and livelihoods
          • Engage communities to adapt PHSMs to the local context and effectively communicate about risk to sustain public support, achieve widespread adherence, and shield vulnerable populations.

          Source: Responding to COVID-19 in Africa: Using Data to Find a Balance

            Team Human Vs Team COVID

            As a subscribed organization that uses football as the core component to reach out to the youth with health messages, development of football based comic booklets featuring team Covid-19 Vs Team Human is underway. The booklets will be distributed via door to door to the youth who participate in VAP’s youth programs as well as through their parents’ WhatsApp group. The print version will be supplemented by an electronic animation version to be watched at homes by the youth and the general public while learning about covid-19 and its preventive measures.

            Source: Team Human Vs Team COVID

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            Coronavirus in Sub-Saharan Africa How Africans in 12 Nations are Responding to the COVID-19 Outbreak

            GeoPoll conducted a remote study in 12 countries in sub-Saharan Africa on the effects coronavirus is already having on people throughout the region. The impact of the virus will have broad-reaching implications across all sectors, and while we could not cover every relevant topic in this study, we sought to use our experience conducting research for both international development groups and the consumer sector to include a wide range of topics.

            Areas that are covered in this study include:

            • Biggest concerns and perceptions of risk surrounding coronavirus
            • Preventative measures such as social distancing and handwashing practices
            • Changes in food market operability and food security
            • Changes in consumer habits, including purchasing of food and nonessential items
            • Levels of trust in governments and the commercial sector
            • Information sources on COVID-19 and changes in media consumption

            Source: Coronavirus in Sub-Saharan Africa How Africans in 12 Nations are Responding to the COVID-19 Outbreak

              Using Media and Communication to Respond to Public Health Emergencies: Lessons Learned from Ebola (BBC Media)

              This practice briefing sets out what BBC Media Action learned in delivering and supporting health communication in response to the Ebola crisis in West Africa in 2014–15. It has a particular focus on Sierra Leone as this was the hub of the organization’s response.

              Source: Using Media and Communication to Respond to Public Health Emergencies: Lessons Learned from Ebola

              Prevent, Detect, Respond: How Community Health Workers can Help in the Fight against COVID-19

              In previous epidemics, rapidly expanding healthcare teams through community health workers (CHWs) has proven to be fundamental to an effective response. During recent Ebola virus disease (EVD) epidemics in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and west Africa, nations like Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Nigeria, and the DRC rapidly hired, trained, and equipped thousands of CHWs from communities affected by or at risk of Ebola.

              Source: Prevent, Detect, Respond: How Community Health Workers Can Help in the Fight against COVID-19

                New Coronavirus Risk Communication and Community Engagement Strategy – Africa

                Risk communication and community engagement (RCCE) has been identified as one of the key pillars of the response within the IFRC Africa Regional Emergency Plan of Action (EPoA) for the new coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak within Africa.

                This strategy outlines the importance and priorities of Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) in the response to new coronavirus in Africa.

                Source: New Coronavirus Risk Communication and Community Engagement Strategy – Africa