Spreading good vibes and vaccine confidence up to the last mile

Get Vaxxed for Good Vibes is a USAID-supported campaign to help the Department of Health in the Philippines advance COVID prevention and vaccine confidence for at-risk populations in rural and semi-urban communities. Two years into the global pandemic, promoting minimum public health standards together with vaccine uptake helps communities recover and bounce back.

Check out our Get Vaxxed for Good Vibes resources here

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    On the Fence About COVID-19 Vaccines?

    This is an infosheet touching on key topics of concern regarding COVID-19 vaccination. It addresses core components of hesitation, fears, and misunderstandings. Target audiences for this infographic are rural communities, those on the fence or undecided about vaccination, and adults with multiple comorbidities.

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    Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy in Nigeria digital campaign

    A Digital Social and Behavior Change Communication Campaign in Bauchi and Sokoto States, Nigeria, in collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) partners: MC Saatchi, Upswell, George Washington University, Syndani Initiative and ID Africa. This includes videos, social media posts.

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      Poster – Booster dose

      This is a poster in Nepal explaining the importance of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine booster.

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      Prevent: Respiratory Hygiene

      This poster explains the importance of wearing mask properly to ensure that they are effective in protecting health care workers, and also how they are disposed to ensure health and safety of health care workers.

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      Poster campaign on vaccines for vulnerable populations

      The COVID-19 pandemic rages on and even with vaccines being rolled out for nearly a year now, there are still plenty of individuals and communities who haven’t taken up the option, either due to lack of availability, skepticism or poor understanding due to misinformation.

      To emphasize the importance of getting vaccinated, and encourage those who have yet to be immunized to do so, social art and design lab Amplifier has made available to street papers a series of posters which highlight the collective benefits of receiving the vaccine.

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        COVID 19 Posters – Senegal

        The posters promote vaccination among the general population, pregnant women, health workers and men.These posters were created and produced in support of the government of Senegal, as part of the response to COVID-19, with the support of: UNICEF, WHO, USAID and Breakthrough ACTION.

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