Niger flipchart that promote barrier measures and equitable COVID vaccination

These flip charts were designed as part of the COVID-19 project in collaboration with the Directorate of Surveillance and Response to Epidemics, of the Ministry of Public Health, Population and Social Affairs of Niger.

They constitute a collection of messages for the promotion of barrier measures and to promote equitable vaccination against COVID-19. They are intended to serve as a reminder to community relays for community awareness (door-to-door visit, small group discussion, etc.) on COVID-19.

Pagivoltes (flip chart/boite à images) de messages pour la promotion des mesures barrières et de la vaccination équitable contre la COVID-19

Ces pagivoltes ont été conçues dans le cadre du projet COVID-19 CN 164 en collaboration avec la Direction de la Surveillance et de la Riposte aux Epidemies, du Ministère de la Santé Publique, de la Population et des Affaires Sociales du Niger.
Elles constituent une collection de messages pour la promotion des mesures barrières et de la vaccination équitable contre la COVID-19. Elles sont destinés pour servir d’aide-mémoire aux relais communautaires pour la sensibilisation des communautés (visite porte à porte, discussion de petits groupes, etc.) sur la COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Learning Series Adapting to a New Normal: Digital Social Behavior Change

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, USAID’s Nobo Jatra project has shifted gears to digital SBC sessions that relied on the use of laptops, tablets, smart phones, speakers and internet to implement multiple sessions simultaneously across the project areas. Physical attendance at each session was scaled back and instead the number of sessions were increased. By harmonizing plans, technologies and expertise, the efficacy of SBC sessions was strengthened and importantly, lifesaving messages on health, hygiene, Gender Based Violence and COVID-19 have continued to reach the poorest communities.

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    Discrimination, Stigma and COVID-19

    The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered social stigma and discriminatory behaviour against persons who have contracted the COVID-19 virus, those who have been in contact with such persons, as well as any person who has been perceived to have come in contact with the virus. As part of an anti-stigma campaign, this Public Service Announcement sung by Chrystal Cummins-Beckles from Barbados, was produced.

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      WHO Vaccine Equity Information Page

      This page, on the World Health Organization’s website, explains that we need to prioritize vaccinating higher risk people and health care workers in middle to low-income countries in order to save as many lives as possible and to end the pandemic.

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        Gender Equity and the COVID-19 Community Health Response Webinar

        This webinar was held on June 18, 2020 and was sponsored by Last Mile Health.

        During the webinar, the panelists discuss the importance of integrating gender equity into the community health COVID-19 pandemic response. Panelists also share insights and experiences related to reducing the gender gap through data, CHW programming, policy integration, and broader empowerment efforts. Additionally, the speakers outline what this looks like in practice and how they are working to reduce the gender gap in the context of COVID-19 response.

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