Guinea COVID-19 Campaign

Ces affiches et brochures ont été produites en mars 2020 en réponse à la crise du COVID-19.

These posters and brochures were produced in March 2020 as a response to the COVID-19 crisis.

Source: Guinea COVID-19 Campaign

Stay at home Parody #1

Rhymes and songs are integral part of Bangladeshi culture. Tapping into that, this parody urges people to stay at home. The voice of a famous actor-singer, use of rhyme and relevant graphics are used to try to attract audiences. To make the overwhelming COVID-19 pandemic experiences a bit better, the project uses entertaining elements such as actor-singers, rhyme, and songs. Comic relief is another feature in the content. The ultimate goal of the project material is to give audiences an entertaining yet educational experience.

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    Non-residential Bangladeshis and home quarantine video

    Video guidelines for those quarantined at home and those who have travelled back from abroad to Bangladesh.

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    Cough Etiquette Video

    This music video, subtitled in English, shows children following COVID-19 prevention practices, especially covering their mouths/faces when sneezing or coughing.

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    COVID-19 Hygiene Hub

    The COVID-19 Hygiene Hub is a free service to help actors in low- and middle-income countries rapidly share, design, and adapt evidence-based hygiene interventions to combat coronavirus.

    The Hygiene Hub offers connection with others working on COVID-19, searching resources, and asking questions of technical experts.

    Source: COVID-19 Hygiene Hub

    Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic Resources on Coronavirus and Disability

    This is a database of resources from experts around the world on coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it intersects with disability.

    You can search the resource database by using the categories or by typing a title, author or keywords in the search box. You can also browse the most recently added resources.

    The website offers the following types of resources:

    • Websites
    • Blog/webinars
    • Reports
    • Newsletters and fact sheets
    • Guides and toolkits
    • Research
    • Technical guidance

    Source: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Pandemic Resources on Coronavirus and Disability

      Handwashing with Soap – A Key Part of the COVID-19 Response: Technical Brief

      Handwashing with soap, together with other public health interventions, will be key to curbing the transmission of COVID-19.

      This technical brief offers guidelines for:

      • Key moments for handwashing with soap during the COVID-19 pandemic
      • Knowledge alone does not always lead to behavior change
      • Integrate a range of handwashing determinants into promotion efforts
      • Create handwashing infrastructure that enables behavior
      • Use cues, reminders, and rewards to trigger handwashing behaviors
      • Share stories to motivate handwashing
      • Addressing common barriers to handwashing with soap
      • Rapid interventions to promoting handwashing as part of COVID-19 response
      • Online resources

      Source: Handwashing with Soap: A Key Part of the COVID-19 Response

        How Your Community can Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

        This document suggests key actions on how your community can stay safe and slow down the spread of COVID-19, particularly for contexts where you might have been asked by your local authorities to maintain physical distance or stay home.

        The advice is to localize and implement three basic steps:

        1.  Learn
        2.  Act
        3.  Help

        Source: How Your Community can Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

        Key Messages and Actions for COVID-19 Prevention and Control in Schools

        The purpose of this document is to provide clear and actionable guidance for safe operations through the prevention, early detection and control of COVID-19 in schools and other educational facilities.

        The guidance, while specific to countries that have already confirmed the transmission of COVID-19, is still relevant in all other contexts. Education can encourage students to become advocates for disease prevention and control at home, in school, and in their community by talking to others about how to prevent the spread of viruses. Maintaining safe school operations or reopening schools after a closure requires many considerations but, if done well, can promote public health.

        Source: Key Messages and Actions for COVID-19 Prevention and Control in Schools

        The COVID-19 Risk Communication Package For Healthcare Facilities

        The purpose of this package is to protect healthcare workers (HCWs) from infection and prevent potential spread of COVID-19 within healthcare facilities. It contains a series of simplified messages and reminders based on WHO’s more in-depth technical guidance on infection prevention and control in healthcare facilities in the context of COVID-19.

        This package is intended for HCWs and healthcare facility management and can be shared through networks of healthcare professionals and directly to healthcare facilities. The Ministry of Health in your country may like to send this package to all government hospitals and healthcare facilities. Copies of the package should be sent to networks of private practitioners, medical, nursing and midwives associations for peer to peer sharing and posting as appropriate. Materials can be adapted to local languages and placed in healthcare facilities where they are readily available as reminders for HCWs.

        Source: The COVID-19 Risk Communication Package For Healthcare Facilities