This mini-series is aimed at informing and engaging Zambian audiences about symptoms, preventive actions and the importance of verified information during the pandemic.
This cartoon from India shows the Coronavirus as a villain trying to get into people's bodies. However, those that are wearing masks are protected from the villain.
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.
This video explains the science of vaccines and delves into the 3 types of vaccines being developed to combat the deadly coronavirus.
Une video expliquant les mesures prises par le gouvernement au debut de l'epidemie en Guinee. La video a ete traduite en 3 langues
A video spot discussing the activation of different resources and groups (treatment centers, logistics, surveillance points) to fight the epidemic in Guinea.
These three videos cover different aspects of wearing masks to prevent covid-19
Ces vidéos couvrent différents aspects du port de masques pour éviter la covid-19
Il s'agit d'entretiens de sensibilisation sur divers aspects de COVID-19
These are awareness raising interviews on various aspects of COVID-19
Ces vidéos ont été produites pour montrer aux jeunes l'importance de la distance physique, de la toux du coude et du lavage des mains.
These videos were produced to show young people the importance of physical distancing, elbow coughing, and handwashing.
The Wise Woman's Diary entertainment-education video series chronicles a woman's experiences as she traverses the various stages of the post-pregnancy period.
Physical distancing, masks and hand washing are here to stay. Since the emergence of COVID-19, the need for clear communication of dos and don’ts for audiences who live and work in low resource and crowded contexts has become more important than ever.