Breakthrough ACTION Philippines developed a booklet for young, school-aged children. This booklet serves as a guide for young students on their safe return to school. It provides basic information about COVID-19 and key preventive behaviors they can practice at home, in school, and in community areas. The booklet also includes fun and engaging activities to help reinforce the key messages.
The booklet is accompanied by a leaflet for parents. The leaflet provides parents with helpful information on the steps to get their children vaccinated such as vaccination requirements, tips on how to prepare for their child’s vaccination, and information on what to expect before, during, and after vaccination.
Source: BIDA Kid Booklet and Leaflet
- Krissa Alvarez
COVID-19 information for teens is available in a booklet. This booklet contains basic information on COVID-19, prevention and vaccines. This aims to reach teens to understand good health behaviors to prevent catching COVID-19 or its spread to the community. This COVID-19 booklet is designed and pretested with teens and is approved by the Department of Health. It is available in English, Tagalog and Bisaya. The Tagalog version is also found in the I Choose #MalayaAkoMaging website.
Source: COVID Teen Booklet
Across the world, teens reported increased anxiety and depression during the COVID-19 pandemic. This booklet was designed by Breakthrough ACTION Philippines for Filipino teens in response to their stated need for mental health support and resources. Teens were involved in the content selection and design, and it was reviewed by several leading Filipino mental health therapists/practitioners who work with teens. It will be available in Tagalog and Bisaya shortly. It can also be found on our website for teens: https://malayaako.ph.
Source: Mental Health Booklet for Teens
A participant’s booklet used to train facility-based healthcare workers on Building Trust and Empathy Around COVID-19.
This is a flipchart that will be used by communities to discuss COVID-19 Transmission and prevention and to encourage taking the vaccine. The flipchart will be a virtual guide by showing the illustration to audience and keeping the text pages facing to guide the conversation.
The brochure has been produced in partnership with the Malawi Ministry of Health. Key messages are on the awareness, symptoms, and prevention of COVID-19. The poster is targeted towards a general audience and the language is Chichewa.
Source: Brochure on COVID-19
This booklet, available in English and Hausa, provides adequate messages for religious and traditional leaders on COVID-19.
This booklet includes an illustrated story and activities to help parents and guardians who are contemplating the COVID-19 vaccination for their child have a conversation with their child about the vaccine. The booklet was developed and designed for print availability in health care facility waiting rooms, and can be used in other settings.
While the COVID-19 vaccines have given the world hope that the pandemic’s end is in sight, we now face another challenge: ensuring enough people actually get vaccinated to quell the disease.
The Little Jab Book provides 18 strategies – derived from the behavioral sciences – that can be applied to increase uptake throughout the vaccination process.
It also includes a primer on important formative research to conduct, and barriers to consider, before adapting the strategies for the reader’s own context. Led by Save the Children’s Center for Utilizing Behavioral Insights for Children (CUBIC), the Busara Center for Behavioral Economics, and Common Thread, The Little Jab Book highlights case studies from previous vaccination programs around the world, and is based on interviews and insights from a dozen global behavioral science and health experts.
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.