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.

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    Handwashing

    To stay away from coronavirus, you have to wash your hands repeatedly with soap and water.

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      Helpline

      If you live in Bangladesh and have any symptoms of coronavirus, call helpline numbers 333, 16263, or 10655 and seek advice.

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        COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign Awareness Spot

        This COVID-19 information and awareness spot was produced and broadcast ahead of the January 2022 National COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign in Burkina Faso.

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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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              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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                COVID-19 and Meta: Social and Behavioral Change Communication Learnings from 20 Countries

                Throughout 2021, CARE launched 45 locally-led campaigns in 20 countries applying lessons learned during an eight-week training series with Meta. In the second half of 2021, participating countries built on their learnings from their first campaigns and attempted to answer new questions that arose all while creating culturally appropriate messaging to encourage the adoption of preventative behaviors and/or to build trust in the vaccine, even if it wasn’t yet available.

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                  Ginger Ale Can’t Cure COVID

                  This is a social media post from Baltimore City Health Department stating that although ginger ale can help settle an upset stomach, it’s not a substitute from getting the vaccine.

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