SBC Resources for India and Nepal

This is a collection of social and behavior change (SBC) COVID-19 resources to assist policy makers, SBC and public health practitioners, journalists, response organizations, communities and the general public during the second wave of COVID-19 infections in India and Nepal. This collection covers multiple topics, including physical (social) distancing, mask wearing, hand washing, vaccine uptake, etc. Some of the resources are available in Indian regional languages and Nepali.

Click on the buttons below to access SBC resources specific to India or Nepal.

The following resources have been recommended by a committee of SBC practitioners working together to help teams in India and Nepal.

SBC Resources for India and Nepal

June 9, 2021

COVID-19 Resources for India: Be a Part of the Solution

Guidance DocumentPrint

India

Through this toolkit, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health – India Research Center and Project SANCHAR aim to provide partners, affiliates, and citizens with shareable easy-to-understand facts, myth-busters, and guidelines on COVID-19 prevention and mitigation and on maintaining physical and emotional wellbeing.

Behavioral Change Can Reduce Transmission

ArticlePrint

India

This article outlines seven steps on how to encourage behavioral change that would reduce transmission of COVID-19. Some of the steps include: creating a positive social norm around mask wearing, communicating the benefits of mask wearing, needing responsible media, compassionate leadership, etc.

May 27, 2021

Good neighbour relations and helping

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, explains how to be a good neighbour during the COVID-19 pandemic. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

Taking care of your mental health during lockdown

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, explains how to take care of one’s mental health during the COVID-19 lockdown. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

Thank you health care workers: International Nurses Day

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, thanks healthcare workers for their outstanding work during the COVID-19 pandemic. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

COVID-19 vaccine registration

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, explains how to register for the COVID-19 vaccine. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

Helping neighbours during their home isolation

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, explains how to help neighbours during their home isolation. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

What to do after a PCR test

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, explains what to do after taking a COVID-19 PCR test. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

Do not hoard oxygen cylinders

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, discourages the public from hoarding oxygen cylinders during the COVID-19 pandemic. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

Vaccine second dose information

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, states information about the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

Test yourself for COVID-19

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, explains that you should get tested for COVID-19 if you start feeling symptoms. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

Information for vaccine second dose recipients outside of Kathmandu

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, has information for Nepalese people living outside Kathmandu that have received the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

How to win against COVID-19 if you have tested positive

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, explains how to overcome COVID-19 if you have tested positive. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

Keep COVID-19 emergency numbers close by

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, lists emergency phone numbers in case someone becomes severely ill with COVID-19 and requires medical attention. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

How to separate true information and misinformation

InfographicsSBC Materials

Nepal

This poster, produced by Nepal’s National Health Education, Information and Communication Centre, explains how to distinguish true information and misinformation concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. It also has short blurbs on mask wearing, social (physical) distancing, and hand washing.

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