This poster is part of a COVID-19 prevention campaign in Zambia. The poster explains the five golden rules to follow after getting vaccinated: wear a mask, maintain social distancing, avoid crowds, wash your hands correctly and seek medical help if you do not feel well.
The development of this practical guide is part of the response to Covid-19 in schools and schools.
This work was coordinated by DCMS / MEN, in partnership with SNEIPS / MSAS, Atelier FONS and USAID / Breakthrough Action.
This guide, which is intended to be a tool to support the educational community in establishing good attitudes and practices, is made up of three parts:
- Documentary section in which generalities on Covid-19 are discussed;
- Practical part where technical sheets are presented accompanied by illustrations of the measures decreed by the health authorities;
- General recommendations section.
- Angelina Uloma Nwachukwu
- GUIDE PRATIQUE VERSION WORD VF_0921-219ff89f
Ce document est un guide de gestion des rumeurs durant la campagne contre la COVID-19.
Il est destiné aux techniciens, prestataires de santé et acteurs communautaires pour une meilleure gestion dans l’exécution du plan de communication.
- Angelina U. Nwachukwu
- GGR Covid 3-28e9604d
Many gender-related barriers impact immunization services, including access to, and uptake of, COVID- 19 vaccination. These barriers can include social norms; access to education; ability to make decisions and control resources; health provider attitudes, biases, and preferences; inequitable policies, laws, and regulations; and governance and stakeholder engagement. Failure to address these factors will impede achieving widespread vaccine uptake and greater community protection.
This technical brief focuses on recommendations to integrate gender perspectives in COVID-19 vaccine promotion efforts as part of the overall risk communication and community engagement (RCCE) response.
Malaria SBC programs had to think afresh and re-strategize to tackle new limitations to reach audiences and convince them to change their behaviors to prevent and manage malaria. Malaria SBC workers increased their efforts while also closely following COVID-19 guidelines.
Este informe técnico se centra en las recomendaciones para integrar la perspectiva de género en los esfuerzos de promoción de la vacunación contra la COVID-19 como parte de la respuesta general de comunicación de riesgos y participación comunitaria (CRPC).
Ce dossier technique porte sur les recommandations visant à intégrer la dimension de genre dans les efforts de promotion du vaccin contre le COVID-19, dans le cadre de la réponse globale de communication des risques et d’engagement communautaire (CREC).
The following are social media graphics developed to help promote COVID-19 vaccines in Liberia. The graphics were made in under the Healthy Life brand and collaboration between Liberia Ministry of Health and Breakthrough ACTION Liberia, with funding from USAID.
- 4 Ways to Beat COVID-19
- COVID-19 Vaccination – Blue Card
- COVID-19 Vaccination – Healthcare Workers
- COVID-19 Vaccination – Church Pastor
- COVID-19 Vaccination Timeline
- Liberia Ministry of Health
- COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects
- Tyler Best
This fact sheet was developed for use by radio talkshow hosts, local leaders and politicians, and more. The fact sheet was meant to describe COVID-19 and the vaccine in simple terms to be used when working with communities to help generate awareness, dispel rumors and misinformation, and to answer questions.
- Tyler Best
This website is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the Breakthrough ACTION Cooperative Agreement #AID-OAA-A-17-00017. Breakthrough ACTION is based at Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP).The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of Breakthrough ACTION and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID, the United States Government, or Johns Hopkins University.