Running after Myths and Rumors

This video was shared on Facebook. It discourages listening to myths and rumors such as those that claim that antibiotics or eating garlic can cure coronavirus. It is important not to listen to rumors, but to get correct information from reliable sources.

Source: Running after Myths and Rumors

    Spouses Staying at Home

    This video was shared on Facebook and explains that by staying at home and not going out unnecessarily, the spouses are saving themselves and their community.

    Source: Spouses Staying at Home

      Supergirl Staying at Home

      This video was shared on Facebook and shows a little girl who considers herself a superhero because she is staying at home and keeping herself, her family, and her country safe from COVID-19.

      Source: Supergirl Staying at Home

        Kenya National Communication and Community Engagement Strategy for Coronavirus

        The overall goal of this strategy is to effectively coordinate Kenyan national and county communications and community engagement activities to prevent the spread of the disease, build trust in the leaders and health workers to provide accurate information and essential services, and encourage communities’ active participation in supporting the risk reduction and response measures.

        Specifically, the communication strategy is designed to enhance:

        1. Coordination: Strengthen coordination and information management structures across government ministries (health, agricultural, ICT and more) and county governments as well as with development partners and private sector entities to promote an efficient and holistic approach to addressing the multifaceted impacts of the pandemic.
        2. Effective Messages: Amplify key public health awareness messages and catalyze conversations with communities to prevent and reduce the spread of COVID-19, especially for the highest risk groups, and ensure people still go to health facilities for essential services. In addition, mobilize formal and informal leaders to share accurate information.
        3. Two-Way Communication: Promote two-way communication with communities to reduce fear, misconceptions, and stigma; to understand risk perceptions, knowledge gaps and provide accurate information tailored for diverse audiences and channels throughout the pandemic response period. These efforts will be crucial in supporting advocacy for responsive county and national efforts.
        4. Health Worker Preparedness and Capacity: Ensure health workers and community health workers have the key information and tools to effectively provide accurate information in a way that is respectful of people’s fears, grief and other psychosocial concerns.
        5. Monitoring, Evaluation and Research: Establish strong monitoring and evaluation mechanisms for measuring national, county and community levels outcomes.

        Source: Kenya National Communication and Community Engagement Strategy for Coronavirus

          COVID-19 Kenya – Knowledge Sharing Tracker

          This resource, produced by the Kenya Ministry of Health in partnership with USAID, tracks reports, presentations, documents, and other tools which are being accumulated as new information about COVID-19 in Kenya is published. Several topics include: gender, PWD, informal settlement, COVID response/survey, wildlife, malnutrition, etc.

          Source: COVID-19 Kenya – Knowledge Sharing Tracker

            COVID-19 Kenya – Media Coverage Tracker

            This tracker, produced by the Kenya Ministry of Health in partnership with USAID, follows media coverage of COVID-19 in Kenya, offering information about the source, topic, and author. Several key topics the tracker covers include: economics, innovation, gender-based violence, aid, response, risk factors, etc.

              COVID-19 Kenya – IEC Materials and Campaigns Tracker

              This tracker lists over 100 COVID-19 social and behavior change materials produced in Kenya and in other countries.

              The list includes posters, pamphlets, radio ads, television ads, videos, posters, memes, and other media produced to introduce various aspects of COVID-19 to the public.

              Source: COVID-19 Kenya – IEC Materials and Campaigns Tracker

                Defeating Coronavirus with Vaccines

                This video explains the science of vaccines and delves into the 3 types of vaccines being developed to combat the deadly coronavirus.

                Source: Defeating Coronavirus with Vaccines

                  Let’s Bold Out Coronavirus

                  This video compares fighting the coronavirus to a cricket match and challenges the public to fight against it.

                  Source: Let’s Bold Out Coronavirus

                    Wearing a Mask (Facebook post)

                    This message, posted on Facebook, reads “When you go out of the house, you must wear a mask to protect yourself and others.”