Results For The Qualitative Study On The Perception On And Hesitancy For COVID-19 Vaccine

BA COVID-19 Project Indonesia conducted a qualitative study on the perception on and hesitancy for the COVID-19 vaccine.  This study aimed to understand the perception on and hesitancy for COVID-19 vaccination among unvaccinated people, the barriers and reasons for not receiving COVID-19 vaccination, sources of information and the comprehension of COVID-19 vaccination messages that have been received.

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Social listening supports COVID-19 Communication response in the Philippines

USAID Breakthrough ACTION worked with the Philippines’ Department of Health and Evident Marketing Communications to set up social listening scans on COVID-19 information, prevention and treatment, and vaccine confidence. These scans help DOH navigate shifting narratives and counter misinformation and disinformation while promoting COVID-19 prevention behaviors. They are also useful for decision-making and evaluation and helpful in documenting lessons learned to continuously improve SBC approaches.

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    COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Social Media Toolkit

    After the rapid development of the COVID-19 vaccines and subsequent rollout, there has been an infodemic of misinformation circulating about COVID-19 vaccine safety and efficacy, reducing public trust in getting vaccinated. This social media toolkit aims to support Ministry of Health officials, frontline health workers, community leaders and members, and patient advocacy groups with key messages to help address COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in their communities.

    This toolkit is also available in SwahiliLuganda, and Nigerian Pidgin English.

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      Using Behavioural Science & Human Centered Design to Boost COVID-19 Vaccination

      The study aims to use a behaviour science and human centred design approach to understand the barriers to uptake of COVID-19 vaccines, and use this fundamental understanding to design interventions to drive vaccine uptake in Punjab and Maharashtra. Our methodology involved remote in-depth interviews with stakeholders, and users with barriers to COVID-19 vaccination in rural and urban Nagpur, Bathinda and Faridkot.

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        IAS Conference E-posters

        Breakthrough ACTION-Nigeria presented two e-posters at the just concluded 23rd International AIDS Conference.

        The two posters titled Reinforcing COVID-19 Risk Communication and Community Engagement Response in Nigeria Through the Use of Mobile Curriculum and “COVID-19 Response Through 3-2-1 Digital Mobile Technology In Nigeria respectively were virtually presented on the poster virtual exhibition July 10th and 11th 2020. and is currently on the COVID-19 IAS Conference.

        These posters are based on the Breakthrough ACTION-Nigeria support to the NCDC’s Risk communications and community engagement (RCCE) activities on the coronavirus pandemic through the United States Agency for International Agency (USAID) funding. .

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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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