This is a module created to improve preparedness for and response of communities in countries at risk of a cholera epidemic.
Public Health Facility
This guidance from Public Health England explains that around 10% of mild coronavirus (COVID-19) cases who were not admitted to a hospital have reported symptoms lasting more than 4 weeks. A number of hospitalized cases reported continuing symptoms for 8 or more weeks following discharge.
Over the past decade, the Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI) engaged stakeholders at various levels to promote family planning in Nigeria. As part of activities to closeout NURHI 2 after 10 Years of Impact, NURHI is showcasing quotes and stories gathered over the years as “Words on Marble" - a familiar ideology of projecting key messages in the Nigerian environment.
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.
The Adolescent Age and Life-Stage Assessment and Counseling tools aim to support health provider efforts to seize teachable moments while talking with adolescents on a one-on-one basis at the health facility.
Cettes affiches ont étés produite en mars 2020 en réponse à la crise du COVID-19.
This brochure was produced in March 2020 as a response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Breakthrough ACTION Cote d'Ivoire is working with government and other partners to create public awareness of COVID-19 symptoms and prevention.
These posters are part of a comprehensive COVID-19 information campaign in Guinea.
Tostan is an organization in Senegal which empowers communities to develop and achieve their vision for the future and inspires large-scale movements leading to dignity for all.The organization has produced two pamphlets about COVID-19.
In Africa and South Asia more than 3 billion people live with little access to intensive care. Their best hope is through knowledge and information, allowing communities to slow the epidemic, protect those most vulnerable, and continue accessing treatment for other deadly illnesses.