On this page the World Health Organizations provides basic protective measures against COVID-19. This includes frequent handwashing, respiratory hygiene, social distancing, and other measures.
This brief offers guidelines for communication with the public during a disease outbreak.
This document provides WHO checklists for risk communication and community engagement (RCCE) readiness and initial response for novel coronaviruses (nCoV) recently identified in Wuhan, China (2019-nCoV).
The objective of this document is to provide actionable guidance for countries to implement effective RCCE strategies which will help protect the public’s health in the early response to nCoV. This document includes recommended RCCE goals and actions for countries preparing for nCoV cases and for countries that have confirmed -nCoV cases.
WHO's web page on coronavirus offers links for both professionals and the general public. The site includes documentation, statistics, updates, information for travelers, guidelines for health professionals, and more.
This fact sheet can be used by SBC developers when designing hygiene materials.
This two page document provides program managers with guidance about designing programs to engage men and boys in promoting health and gender equity.
This toolkit provides information about currently available mobile messaging technology solutions, as well as things to consider when selecting a vendor and deploying a mobile health, or mHealth, campaign. It is meant to be used with other resources on project design, content development, and behavioral change communications, including Planning an Information Systems Project: A Toolkit for Public Health Managers.
This guide is aimed at businesses which use IVR for sales, but can easily be adapted and used for social and behavior change projects. It provides an overview of how interactive voice response (IVR) works, why it is used, and its advantages and disadvantages.
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This report presents key findings from the implementation of the GSMA mNutrition Initiative, including service design lessons, and presents nutrition behavior change outcomes achieved throughout the program. This implementation took place in eight countries: Malawi, Ghana, Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria, Zambia, Uganda, and Mozambique.