Let’s Bold Out Coronavirus

This video compares fighting the coronavirus to a cricket match and challenges the public to fight against it.

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    Wearing a Mask (Facebook post)

    This message, posted on Facebook, reads “When you go out of the house, you must wear a mask to protect yourself and others.”

      Religious Leaders Play Key Role in Battle against COVID-19

      Religious leaders throughout Bangladesh – including in the Rohingya refugee camps – have agreed to play a key role in the battle against the COVID-19 virus.

      Mosque megaphones are traditionally used by imams to call the faithful to prayer. But they now serve an extra purpose: to disseminate key public health messages.

      Imams play an important role in Bangladesh because they hold the trust of millions of worshipers in what is a predominantly Muslim country. UNICEF and the Islamic Foundation Bangladesh (IFB) – a government organization that works under the Ministry of Religious Affairs – have worked together for the wellbeing of women and children since 2017.

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        Stay at Home Parody #2

        General prevention messages including handwashing, stay at home and sneezing/ coughing etiquette.

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          Stay at home Parody #1

          Rhymes and songs are integral part of Bangladeshi culture. Tapping into that, this parody urges people to stay at home. The voice of a famous actor-singer, use of rhyme and relevant graphics are used to try to attract audiences. To make the overwhelming COVID-19 pandemic experiences a bit better, the project uses entertaining elements such as actor-singers, rhyme, and songs. Comic relief is another feature in the content. The ultimate goal of the project material is to give audiences an entertaining yet educational experience.

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            Non-residential Bangladeshis and home quarantine video

            Video guidelines for those quarantined at home and those who have travelled back from abroad to Bangladesh.

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            Cough Etiquette Video

            This music video, subtitled in English, shows children following COVID-19 prevention practices, especially covering their mouths/faces when sneezing or coughing.

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