Posters promoting vaccination during AFCON – Cameroon

These three posters capture the joy of Cameroon’s football fans as they cheer their team on at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations while promoting routine childhood vaccination and regular COVID-19 vaccination to protect the most vulnerable. The posters are part of an overall campaign which includes TV spots, radio spots, community events guide and social media guide. The campaign is in 5 languages (English, French, Swahili, Pidgin and Portuguese) and was developed by Breakthrough ACTION.

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These posters are also available for Cameroon in French.

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Affiches pour la promotion de la vaccination durant la CAN au Cameroun

Ces trois affiches immortalisent la joie des supporters de football camerounais qui soutiennent leur équipe lors de la Coupe d’Afrique des Nations 2023, tout en promouvant la vaccination systématique des enfants et la vaccination régulière contre le COVID-19 pour protéger les personnes les plus vulnérables. Les affiches font partie d’une campagne mondiale qui comprend des spots télévisés, des spots radio, des soirées de visionnage de match et des guides pour les réseaux sociaux. La campagne est en 5 langues (anglais, français, swahili, pidgin et portugais) et a été développée par Breakthrough ACTION.

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Poster 2

Poster 3

These posters are also available for Cameroon in English

 

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Futebol em Moçambique promove cartazes de vacinação

Estes três cartazes captam a alegria dos adeptos de futebol em Moçambique que torcerem pela sua equipa na Taça das Nações Africanas de 2023, enquanto promovem a vacinação regular contra a COVID-19 e a vacinação de rotina nas crianças, para proteger os mais vulneráveis. Os cartazes fazem parte de uma campanha global que inclui anúncios televisivos, anúncios radiofónicos, eventos comunitários e divulgação nas redes sociais. A campanha está disponível em 5 línguas (inglês, francês, suaíli, pidgin e português) e foi desenvolvida pela Breakthrough ACTION.

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These three posters capture the joy of Mozambique’s football fans as they cheer their team on at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations while promoting regular COVID-19 vaccination and routine childhood vaccination to protect the most vulnerable. The posters are part of an overall campaign which includes TV spots, radio spots, community events guide and social media guide. The campaign is in 5 languages (English, French, Swahili, Pidgin and Portuguese.) and was developed by Breakthrough ACTION.

 

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Bango la Michuano ya Mataifa ya Afrika AFCON linalohamasisha huduma za chanjo Tanzania

Vipeperushi hivi vitatu vinaonyesha furaha ya mashabiki wa soka wa Tanzania wanavyoshangilia  timu yao katika Kombe la Mataifa ya Afrika 2024 huku wakipiga debe na kuhamasisha  chanjo ya UVIKO-19 na chanjo za kawaida za watoto kwa lengo la kulinda wale walio hatarini zaidi. Vipeperushi hivi ni sehemu ya kampeni kubwa inayojumuisha matangazo ya televisheni, matangazo ya redio, machapisho, mabango ,miongozo ya kutazama mechi pamoja na mitandao ya kijamii. Kampeni hii itakua katika lugha 5 (Kiingereza, Kifaransa, Kiswahili, Pidgin, na Kireno) na imeandaliwa na mradi wa Breakthrough ACTION.

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Posters promoting vaccination during AFCON – Nigeria

These three posters capture the joy of Nigeria’s football fans as they cheer their team on at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations while promoting regular COVID-19 vaccination and routine childhood vaccination to protect the most vulnerable. These posters are part of an overall campaign which includes TV spots, radio spots, community events guide and social media guides. The campaign is in 5 languages (English, French, Swahili, Pidgin and Portuguese) and was developed by Breakthrough ACTION.

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Posters to Promote COVID-19 Vaccination to Specific Groups in Mali

In support of national authorities, BA-Mali with the Risk Communication Thematic Group has developed 4 posters for specific groups such as pregnant women, breastfeeding women, the elderly, and children and adolescents to promote vaccination against COVID-19. These posters are made available to all partners with possible variations in Kakemonos and posters for social networks.

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Mozambique Test 2 Treat Campaign Materials

COVID is not completely over yet, so these material draw attention to the symptoms of COVID so that people can go to the health unit to get tested in case of any symptoms and if positive, get treatment straight away if they have not passed five days.

Source: Mozambique Test 2 Treat Campaign materials

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Liberia ‘Healthy Life’ Campaign

Since 2021, Breakthrough ACTION, led by Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, has worked in close partnership with the Liberia Ministry of Health to develop COVID-19 communication materials. Many of the materials have been developed under the larger umbrella health campaign “Healthy Life”, while other materials have been developed for specific campaign surges (e.g., pediatric vaccinations).

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COVID-19 Prevention and Testing Posters in Malawi

Two posters in Chichewa encourage masking to prevent COVID-19 and testing for COVID-19 when experiencing symptoms.

Source: COVID-19 Prevention and Testing Posters in Malawi

 

 

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COTE D’IVOIRE: COVID-19 vaccine promotion materials

These materials originally produced in French, were developed by Breakthrough ACTION Cote d’Ivoire in conjunction with the ministry of Health and RCCE working group partners as part of a broader campaign to promote COVID-19 vaccination. While using the religious leaders, family, children, men and women pictures to deliver COVID-19 vaccination messages, we explored the theories of influence, social influence, reasoned action and planned behavior theory to address lack of knowledge, risk perception and practice.

The SBC materials include Spots, poster on the following topics:

  • All united, we will stop COVID-19
  • Half protected is not protected
  • Let’s vaccinate our children
  • Half-vaccinated is like half cut your hair
  • Full vaccinated is better protection

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