Haitian Creole

COVID-19 Health Literacy Project

This project creates and translates accessible COVID-19 information into different languages to help all patients know when, and how, to seek care. The materials are created in collaboration with Harvard Health Publishing.

All of the materials are reviewed and vetted by physicians and medical school faculty members at the Harvard hospitals. These materials are created in collaboration with Harvard Health Publishing. The materials are freely available for download and distribution without copyright restrictions. The project currently supports 35 languages.

Source: COVID-19 Health Literacy Project

    Unite Healthy Families: COVID-19

    Unite Healthy Families: COVID-19 is a collection of free digital guides designed to support families with limited English proficiency.  The guides feature:

    • Simplified text written in English and Spanish based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization guidelines;
    • Narrations in 20+ languages by native-language speakers, including Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Russian, Arabic, French Creole, Portuguese, French, Cantonese, Mandarin, Polish, Japanese, Italian, German, Farsi, Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu;
    • Culturally responsive messages and diverse images that offer familiarity and enhance understanding of the text.

    Source: Unite Healthy Families: COVID-19

    • Michael McGuffee
    • mike.mcguffee@uniteforliteracy.com

    Coronavirus — COVID-19 Factsheet – Hesperian Foundation

    This factsheet offers information for the public on the basics of COVID-19.

    Included is information on:

    • What is COVID-19?
    • How does it spread?
    • Who does it infect?
    • How can you prevent infection?

    The resource is available in English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Urdu, Bengali, Filipino, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Farsi, Hindi, Telugu, Sindhi, Portuguese, Arabic, Haitian Creole, ChiShona, Kiswahili, Lao, Malay, Malayalam, Tamil, Nande, Kinyarwand, Oromo, Amharic, and Marathi at the link below.

    Source: Coronavirus – COVID-19