Follow Who Know Road TV Spots

The ‘Follow Who Know Road’ television spots are one-minute videos explaining why vaccination against COVID-19 is essential.

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  • Episode 1
  • Episode 2
    • Madam Naija learns that the COVID-19 vaccines are safe for pregnant women and nursing mothers.
  • Episode 3
    • Madam Naija is ill and unwilling to go to the hospital. Fifi urges her to go to the hospital and get tested for COVID-19.
  • Episode 4
    • Madam Naija finally goes to the hospital, and Aproko Doctor informs her that he needs to carry out various tests before she can be treated.
  • Episode 5
    • Madam Naija tests positive for COVID-19 and was told to stay isolated for a period. Her husband reminds her that refusal to do this affects the entire family.
  • Episode 6
    • Madam Naija is now a COVID-19 vaccine supporter and believes the vaccines would protect her and her family.
  • Episode 7
    • Madam Naija encourages people in the market to vaccinate against COVID-19, citing her experience with the disease.
  • Episode 8
    • Madam Naija and Fifi encourage Mama T’s customer to get vaccinated against COVID-19, even though he worries that the vaccine may affect his hypertension.
  • Episode 9
    • Fifi encourages a customer at Mama T’s restaurant to get his booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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    Get Tested for COVID-19 If You Feel Sick

    Posters in English, Pidgin, Hausa, Igbo, and Yoruba urging people to get tested if they feel ill.

    Source: Get Tested for COVID-19 If You Feel Sick

      Views 753

      Protect Yourself Against COVID-19

      Posters in English, Pidgin, Hausa, Igbo, and Yoruba promoting messages about COVID-19 prevention and testing.

      Source: Protect Yourself Against COVID-19

        Views 527

        Tuberculosis and COVID-19 Integrated Video

        This video integrated COVID-19 and Tuberculosis messaging and directions to get tested.

        Source: Tuberculosis and COVID-19 Integrated Video

          Views 1251

          COVID-19 Co-morbidity Fliers

          These fliers urge people with the simultaneous presence of two or more diseases or medical conditions in a patient to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

          Source: COVID-19 Co-morbidity Fliers

            Views 563

            IAS Conference E-posters

            Breakthrough ACTION-Nigeria presented two e-posters at the just concluded 23rd International AIDS Conference.

            The two posters titled Reinforcing COVID-19 Risk Communication and Community Engagement Response in Nigeria Through the Use of Mobile Curriculum and “COVID-19 Response Through 3-2-1 Digital Mobile Technology In Nigeria respectively were virtually presented on the poster virtual exhibition July 10th and 11th 2020. and is currently on the COVID-19 IAS Conference.

            These 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. .

            Source: IAS Conference E-posters

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              Tweets about Wearing Masks

              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.

              Source: Tweets about Wearing Masks

                Views 540

                PUSH COVID-19 Challenge

                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.

                PUSH stands for:

                P = Practice coughing or sneezing in your elbow.
                U = Use soap and running water to wash you hands regularly
                S = Stay at home to reduce spread from person-to-person.
                H = Help others by spreading this message

                Source: PUSH COVID-19 Challenge

                  Views 552