These spots were produced as part of the Breakthrough ACTION Zambia's campaign to promote use of insecticide-treated nets, educate about malaria in pregnancy, and advise against misuse of nets.
As part of the GoodLife campaign, in June 2011 BCS and ProMPT, in partnership with the National Malaria Control Programme and the Ghana Health Service, launched the new “Aha ye de” malaria campaign. “Aha ye de” means “It’s Good Here” in Twi, one of Ghana’s national languages.
UNICEF with support from UKAid is influencing children in Malawi to practice 5 key actions to prevent COVID-19: frequent handwashing with soap, physical distancing, use of the flexed elbow when coughing and sneezing, avoiding touching the face (mouth, nose and eyes) and staying at home.
This 40 second music video from Bangladesh shows puppets washing their hands and singing a catchy song. It also shows video of proper hand washing procedure.
GoMo Health is focused on continuing to support health and wellbeing. In an effort to complement the abundance of public domain information available. This is a list of upbeat songs to sing while washing one's hands.
This music video, subtitled in English, shows children following COVID-19 prevention practices, especially covering their mouths/faces when sneezing or coughing.
Gloria Estefan created this song promoting safety during the COVID-19 outbreak. At 2:07 the music video stops and she shares messages about COVID-19 in English and Spanish.
Based on the demands of the current situation, Breakthrough ACTION in Bangladesh is focusing on Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) interventions for frontline healthcare professionals (for example, those accessed through government health structure), private and public hospital professionals (for example, those accessed through professional medical bodies), and the general public to take mitigation measures by partnering with key associations, such as journalists; medical associations, and influencers (i.e. religious leaders).
The Bilharzia Communication Campaign ran in Uganda from 2017-2018. The purpose of the campaign was to raise awareness about Bilharzia, build a sense of vulnerability, and encourage practices to avoid infection.