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Save the Children has launched the Nepal ‘Little Jab Book’ developed in collaboration with Busara Center for Behavioral Economics, and Common Thread. The playbook focuses on six key behavioral challenges which restricts vaccine uptake and presents contextual and hackable behavior change actions to strengthen vaccine uptake and confidence amongst parents, young people, and health workers in Nepal.
The manual consists of hackable actions to achieve desired social and behavior level change, which is to increase awareness on COVID-19 protective behavior and strengthen vaccine uptake by collaborating with communities via tried and tested multi-entry points.
This is a poster in Nepal explaining the importance of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine booster.
Save the Children in Nepal in partnership with National Health Education Information Communications Center (NHEICC) produced a web-series, ‘Sacchai Ho?’ (Its it for real?) to address rumors related to #COVID19 and vaccines. Utilizing an edutainment approach, the series aims to counter rumors and promote evidence-based information on COVID-19 and vaccines.
This articles argues that the communication during this global crisis is no longer just about getting people to abide by public health measures. The division within the society created by the secondary impacts of COVID-19 requires a broader communication strategy which takes into consideration the need to bridge the bonds between state and the citizen and between citizens themselves.
This audio clip on Soundcloud explains the importance of self isolation after returning home in order to ensure that you don’t accidentally spread COVID-19. The recording artist produced versions of this clip in the Nepali, Bhojpuri, Magar Kham, Tharu, Awadhi, Maithali, and Doteli languages.
This poster lists a phone number for youth in Nepal to call if they need assistance with matters related to COVID-19. It also lists various COVID-19 symptoms and inspirational quotes.
This poster encourages the public to work together in order to fight the coronavirus.
This poster encourages people to wear masks in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
This poster explains whether or not parents should request a COVID-19 test for their newborn baby if the baby has a fever and cold.
This poster explains the multiple benefits of wearing a mask.
This poster explains that the coronavirus doesn’t care about position, caste or designation. It is a highly infectious virus and does not discriminate in terms of whom it infects.
This poster explains whether or not someone not infected with the coronavirus can get infected with black fungus.
This poster explains that walking near people without wearing a mask will spread the coronavirus if you’re infected.
This poster explains how to conduct business safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This poster states that wearing a mask is an effective method of preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
This poster warns the public of a misleading device called a “corona guard” which has been marketed in Nepal to protect someone from COVID-19. It explains that the device does not work; if someone wanted to be protected, they should get vaccinated and wear a mask.
This infographic lists things to do and not to do during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This poster dispels the myth that the coronavirus spreads from open air and explains that it spreads when people are in close contact with each other, thus allowing respiratory droplets to spread to someone else.
This infographic lists several things to know during isolation in the time of flood and landslide.
This video explains how much a COVID-19 test costs.