Children below Age 13

India's first female comic superhero Priya, a gang-rape survivor who earlier campaigned against rape, acid attack and sex trafficking, is back to fight disinformation around the Covid-19 pandemic.

In Priya's Mask, due to be launched on 2 December, the comic crusader joins hands with Jiya, the "Burka Avenger", a popular character from a Pakistani cartoon show, as the two go about trying to tackle the pandemic - and also the "infodemic", a major proliferation in fake news surrounding the coronavirus.

Climate Action Superheroes aim to educate and engage children on how to help limit global warming and take care of the environment. Each of the missions has downloadable content including activities to be done by the child with the help of an adult.

This is a variety of COVID-19 communications materials developed by the Pan American Health Organization, comprising videos, animations and social media cards. The materials cover a range of topics including helping children deal with stress, domestic violence & COVID-19, physical distancing, mask wearing, etc.

 This short video is a story told by the actor Donald Sutherland about a little boy named Amos. Amos learns from his mother that the family cannot go out for fear of catching the virus COVID-19, and the video deals with Amos' fears and how he and his mother overcome them.

This nonfiction picture book offers children information about transmission, symptoms, and the possibility of a cure, reassuring readers that doctors and scientists are working on developing a vaccine.

To support the on-going USG emergency response for COVID-19, USAID will engage the Breakthrough Action mechanism through a buy-in to support USAID/Cambodia Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) response activities.  

This set of videos was produced to educate the community about COVID-19 prevention, including quarantine, staying at home, handwashing, and coughing/sneezing.

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