Ghana: Health worker on the COVID-19 pandemic’s frontline

In 2021, as the COVID-19 pandemic spread around the world, healthcare workers worldwide mobilized to treat patients, often putting their own safety at risk. Scholastica Gladys Dery is a nurse at the Greater Accra Regional Hospital in Ghana. With over 25 years’ experience in public health, Scholastica was on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic response. Despite being infected by the virus during the first wave, Scholastica recovered and returned to work to continue saving lives.

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    Relance Vaccination Kaffrine – Évènement pilot

    Le 22 juillet, le district de Kaffrine a effectué le lancement régional de la région de Kaffrine. La cérémonie a eu lieu à Nganda avec la participation d’une forte délégation de l’USAID Senegal. Pour l’occasion des supports comme des banderoles, des Kakémonos, des Tee-shirts, lacostes et casquette ont été produits et distribués.

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      Factors influencing COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and hesitancy among rural community in Bangladesh: A cross-sectional survey based study

      This study aims to investigate COVID-19 vaccine acceptance intention and to identify the potential factors influencing vaccine acceptance and hesitancy among the rural community in Bangladesh.

      Source: Factors influencing COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and hesitancy among rural community in Bangladesh: A cross-sectional survey based study

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        Considerations for Integrating COVID-19 Vaccination into Immunization Programmes and Primary Health Care for 2022 and beyond

        This document lays out key programmatic considerations essential for moving from mass campaigns for COVID-19 vaccination to integrating COVID-19 vaccination into immunization programmes, PHC and other relevant health services for 2022 and beyond.

        Source: Considerations for Integrating COVID-19 Vaccination into Immunization Programmes and Primary Health Care for 2022 and beyond

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          Get Tested for COVID-19 If You Feel Sick Poster

          A poster urging people to get tested for COVID-19 when they feel sick.

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

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            ¡Vacúnate ya contra el COVID y vive calidá! Guatemala Vaccine Campaign May-June 2022

            The ¡Vacúnate ya contra el Covid y vive calidá! rural COVID-19 communication campaign was launched in 14 municipalities of Huehuetenango, San Marcos, Quiché, and Alta Verapaz. The campaign materials included TV, print, mobile loudspeaker audio, social media in Spanish as well as radio spots in 6 languages (Spanish, Ixil, Mam, Poqomchi’, Q’eqchi’, and Q’anjob’al). The campaign promoted vaccination among individuals hesitant to get vaccinated, people who need their second dose, pregnant women and nursing mothers, and parents of children aged 12–17 years.

            Source: ¡Vacúnate ya contra el COVID y vive calidá! Guatemala Vaccine Campaign May-June 2022

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              COVID-19 Vaccination Card Game

              A card game to test people’s knowledge about the risk factors of COVID-19. It presents various scenarios is which one person is wearing a mask and/or vaccinated and the other person is not and then has the player determine which person is at a higher risk of developing severe COVID-19.

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                Mapping Access Gaps in COVID-19: Results from 14 Countries and Territories

                This report, created by Matahari Global Solutions and other partners, explains the results of access gaps in COVID-19 testing and vaccines in 14 countries and territories. Some of the countries and territories include: Bangladesh, DRC, Jamaica, Haiti, Peru, Senegal, Somalia and Somaliland.

                Source: Mapping Access Gaps in COVID-19: Results from 14 Countries and Territories

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                  EU COVAX Response

                  Since the onset of the pandemic in Ethiopia, the SNNP region was one of the recipients of UNICEF’s response in terms of finance, logistics, and technical support both at the regional health bureau and woreda levels. This was made possible through the funding of The EU Humanitarian Aid fund for UNICEF to reach the vaccine-eligible population residing in the most vulnerable communities across Ethiopia with COVID-19 vaccines and transmit key messages on COVID-19 prevention.

                  Source: EU COVAX Response

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