The Philippine Department of Health, with support from USAID's Breakthrough ACTION project, developed a social and behavior change campaign focused on COVID-19 preventive behaviors.
Sharing unverified information during the COVID-19 pandemic can be dangerous, unhealthy, and make our life more confusing. UNESCO and the World Health Organization are calling out this Infodemic and calling on you to be on the frontline for truth. It’s easy. Watch the video for the simple actions we can all take on how to identify false information, verify trusted sources, and help ourselves and loved ones to stay safe.
These two posters were created to illustrate the do's and don'ts of greeting others after lockdown.
Une vidéo expliquant comment le gouvernement a rendu obligatoire le port de masques pour empêcher la propagation de COVID-19. Des instructions sur la façon d'utiliser et de nettoyer les masques sont incluses.
A video explaining how the government made it mandatory to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Instructions on how to use and clean the masks are included.
This video explains the science of vaccines and delves into the 3 types of vaccines being developed to combat the deadly coronavirus.
In this project in El Salvador, public sector community health teams were awarded points for targets met on maternal and child health outcomes. Targets were measured at baseline and every six months for the next 18 months, and points were redeemable for in-kind incentives like computers and air conditioners to be shared in the workplace.
These posters were developed to reach people living in Montana (US) with the message that the population of that state is already used to wearing masks for their various sports activities, so wearing a mask for COVID-19 should be easy for them.
This poster is designed to reach young adults with a message about the importance of wearing masks to prevent COVID-19.
These posters were created by the Centre for Communication and Change-India to promote proper prevention against COVID-19 and to provide information about the pandemic.