How to upload CCN Resources

This is a powerpoint who describes the process of uploading documents on CCN site.

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A New Guidance for RCCE Coordination in Public Health Emergencies

National governments are responsible for implementing Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) as a key pillar of their respective public health response, as articulated in the International Health Regulations (2005). However, civil society at all levels, together with a multitude of others including the media and private sector, should (and often do) also support the government and its partners to fulfil this responsibility.

This guidance document designed by the Collective Service provides ways to ensure predictable, sustainable and well-functioning RCCE coordination platforms, strategies and approaches that work with the government and partners, at national, state and local levels.

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    Rooted in Trust: Addressing Vaccine Misinformation through Information Ecosystem Strengthening in Zimbabwe and South Sudan

    This powerpoint shares a response to COVID-19 misinformation among vulnerable communities and people affected by humanitarian crises with a focus on Zimbabwe and South Sudan.

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      Digital Social Listening Insights on COVID-19 Vaccines and Reproductive Health in Eastern and Southern Africa

      This report provides an overview on:

      • Data on engagement generated by social media posts/ digital news articles around COVID-19 vaccines and specific sub-filters shared by users and digital news outlets geolocated in 21 countries in Eastern and Southern Africa.
      • Conversations around reproductive health represented about 2-15% of overall engagement on COVID-19 vaccines.
      • Overall conversations around pregnancy and fertility generated ~400k engagements in the past year (COVID-19 conversations generated +10M engagements in the same period).

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        Considerations for Integrating COVID-19 Vaccination into Immunization Programmes and Primary Health Care for 2022 and beyond

        This document lays out key programmatic considerations essential for moving from mass campaigns for COVID-19 vaccination to integrating COVID-19 vaccination into immunization programmes, PHC and other relevant health services for 2022 and beyond.

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          Protect Yourself and Others From COVID with 6 Steps

          Thousands of people are still dying from COVID-19 every week. At least 1 in 10 with COVID-19 get long-COVID. Your health is precious. Protect yourself and others by taking 6 simple steps:
          1️⃣ Get vaccinated
          2️⃣ Keep a safe distance
          3️⃣ Wear a mask
          4️⃣ Cover sneezes/coughs
          5️⃣ Open windows
          6️⃣ Clean your hands

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          Three Insights to Help Overcome COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

          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.

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            COVID Won’t End Up Like the Flu; It Will Be Like Smoking

            The “new normal” will arrive when we acknowledge that COVID’s risks have become more in line with those of smoking cigarettes—and that many COVID deaths, like many smoking-related deaths, could be prevented with a single intervention.

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              Emphasizing the Positive: the Aspirational Communication Model

              According to the CDC, “often a crisis results in changes in the way the future is viewed.” It can lead to a new “sense of strength and empowerment,” a “renewed sense of community,” and “opportunities for growth and renewal.” Tapping into positive emotions like these—and appealing to people’s aspirations for themselves and their communities—can power up persuasion and motivation. To drive positive behaviors, public health messaging needs to speak to the heart and the head.

              The Aspirational Communication Model provides a systematic, science-based approach to communicating with maximum motivating power. Drawing from motivational, cognitive, and social psychology, the model suggests that you achieve greater levels of interest and engagement when you connect with people on multiple levels.

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