Zika and My Baby? / Zika a mi bebe?
This Spanish poster was designed to promote awareness of the dangers of Zika to pregnant women and promotes actions to be taken to reduce exposure, including the removal of standing water to reduce mosquito breeding sites.
This material is targeted towards pregnant women and their partners and promotes male involvement in prevention efforts. This piece is part of the regional /Mamá Segura, Bebé Seguro de Zika/ campaign launched in June 2017 in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador (and pending in Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and Panamá).
Source: Ministry of Public Health, Guatemala; PASMO; PSI; USAID
Date of Publication: August 30, 2019
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