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June 29, 2022

COVID-19 Response in Nigeria: A State-to-State Learning Report

Reports and Studies

This report details findings and key learning from a State-to-State learning exchange workshop designed to understand how Nigeria addresses the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC), National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), and State Primary Health Care Development Agencies/Boards from Adamawa, Akwa Ibom, Bauchi, Bayelsa, Benue, FCT, Kano, and Sokoto were part of this learning exchange.

June 17, 2022

Country Spotlight: Worry about Catching COVID-19 in Nigeria

News and Updates

The percentage of respondents reporting “a great deal” of worry has been below 40% on the COVID Behaviors Dashboard for nearly a year (June 2021). With less than 10% of the population vaccinated against COVID-19 as of May 2022 and the potential for underreporting of cases contributing to inaccurate measures of the true toll of COVID-19, public health messaging and targeting vulnerable or hard to reach populations may be critical to successful vaccination campaigns. Nigeria has seen success in relying on its polio response network to deliver COVID-19 and other vaccines, indicating a valuable strategy for current and future pandemics.

June 3, 2022

Engaging Religious Leaders to Boost COVID-19 Vaccination

News and Updates

The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs-led Breakthrough ACTION project has been working in Malawi to engage religious leaders, educate them and help them use what they learn to help their congregants understand the value of vaccination and other COVID-prevention methods.

June 2, 2022

COVID-19 Campaign for Health Care Workers in Nigeria

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On this website, you’ll find creative content to use in COVID-19 vaccine campaigns for healthcare workers. From testimonials to memes and comic-strip illustrations, there are many content types and styles to work with.

May 24, 2022

Comic Strip: Health Care Workers Who Get Vaccinated Are Heroes

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Health workers like you are putting their trust in science, getting the COVID-19 vaccine, and feeling more confident treating patients. You can feel safer at work too.

March 28, 2022

Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy in Nigeria digital campaign

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A Digital Social and Behavior Change Communication Campaign in Bauchi and Sokoto States, Nigeria, in collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) partners: MC Saatchi, Upswell, George Washington University, Syndani Initiative and ID Africa. This includes videos, social media posts.

March 21, 2022

COVID-19 and Meta: Social and Behavioral Change Communication Learnings from 20 Countries

News and Updates

Throughout 2021, CARE launched 45 locally-led campaigns in 20 countries applying lessons learned during an eight-week training series with Meta. In the second half of 2021, participating countries built on their learnings from their first campaigns and attempted to answer new questions that arose all while creating culturally appropriate messaging to encourage the adoption of preventative behaviors and/or to build trust in the vaccine, even if it wasn’t yet available.

March 4, 2022

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

Reports and Studies

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.

February 17, 2022

COVID-19 Radio Spots – Akwa Ibom

Radio/Audio Spots

These are 11 COVID-19 Radio Spots for audiences in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. They address vaccine types, immunity and accessibility. These spots are in English, with translations in Pidgin, Annang and Ibibio languages.

January 21, 2022

COVID-19 Radio Spots – Oyo State

Radio/Audio Spots

Eight radio spots in English, Pidgin and Yoruba addressing vaccine efficacy, hesitancy, safety and preventive guidelines.

May 18, 2021

Field Experience Summary: Rumour Management, Nigeria

PrintReports and Studies

To manage COVID-19 rumours and misinformation, ActionAid Nigeria have been running a ‘door to door’ campaign in rural communities. They have a team of 14 people in each community, including nine from their existing community team and five community facilitators.

September 2, 2020

Who to Trust and How to Overcome COVID-19 Misinformation in Nigeria

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In Nigeria, as in many countries, social media has allowed anyone to post COVID-19 misinformation as truth and fact, while misleading the public and, in some cases, causing real damage. This article reviews some of the major misinformation events in Nigeria during the pandemic and notes the steps being taken to correct that situation.

August 31, 2020

Nigeria Centre for Disease Control COVID-19 Resource Center

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This website offers publications and materials for the public emanating from the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control. The site includes posters and infographics, audio files, and videos, all created to increase public awareness about COVID-19 signs, symptoms, testing, and prevention.

August 6, 2020

IAS Conference E-posters

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Breakthrough ACTION-Nigeria presented two e-posters at the just concluded 23rd International AIDS Conference. The posters are based on the Breakthrough ACTION-Nigeria support to the NCDC’s Risk communications and community engagement (RCCE) activities on the coronavirus pandemic through the United States Agency for International Agency (USAID) funding. .

Tweets about Wearing Masks

SBC Materials

Breakthrough ACTION Nigeria posted these images in Twitter about wearing masks to slow the spread of COVID-19 on July 15, 2020. The tweets encourage people to not share face masks and to use a face mask and/or a mask in combination with a shield as opposed to simply wearing a face shield. Breakthrough ACTION Nigeria also used the hashtag #COVID19StopsWithMe.

June 15, 2020

Breakthrough ACTION Nigeria Wave 2- COVID-19 Spots

Radio/Audio Spots

The second stream (Wave 2) audio spots as produced by Breakthrough ACTION-Nigeria in support of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control’s Risk Communications response focused on preventive measures such as good hygiene and physical distancing as well as discouraging the sharing of fake news while promoting #Take Responsibility Campaign theme song.

June 1, 2020

Stop COVID-19 Infographics

Infographics

The Slum and Rural Health Initiative (SRHIN) has produced #stopcovid19 Infographics in over 80 local languages (esp from Africa) to ensure that people have the right health information about preventing #covid19

May 14, 2020

PUSH COVID-19 Challenge

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As part of the efforts to support Nigeria in curbing the spread of the coronavirus, Breakthrough ACTION-Nigeria and partners will be supporting the #TakeResponsibility social media campaign of the NCDC through various social media activities. The team created a #PUSH challenge.

State Religious Leaders Messages

Radio/Audio Spots

Breakthrough ACTION-Nigeria facilitated video recordings of religious leaders (Christian and Muslim) in its intervention states in Nigeria. The recordings focused on COVID-19 preventive messages to bolster the adherence of the guidelines of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in containing the pandemic.

April 28, 2020

Breakthrough ACTION Nigeria COVID-19 Campaign

SBC Materials

10 (60secs) audio spots on self-isolation for international travelers. In these spots (available in Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo, Pidgin, and English) two men/ two women discuss having just returned from travel and the need to stay self-isolated. Also included are Advance Dial Prompts that users receive after they dial but before their call connects.

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