UNICEF, working with support from Johnson & Johnson, adapted the BabyCenter mission motherhood messages for health programs in low resource settings.
Community Health Workers
La prise en charge des maladies au niveau communautaire vise à améliorer l’état de santé des populations particulièrement celui des enfants et des femmes enceintes par la promotion de bonnes pratiques familiales et communautaires.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic UNICEF, with the help of funding from Johnson & Johnson, US Centers of Disease Control and the Office of US Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA), has sourced and digitzed a health worker training content library that can be deployed on a variety of digital channels, including SMS, Social Media Messaging Apps (i.e., WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Viber, Telegram), and other app-based learning management systems.
This website provides health departments and their staff with training resources and expert guidance to effectively communicate about COVID-19 disease and vaccination to partners, other health jurisdictions, and members of the public.
This page offers materials produced by the Ministry of Health in Nepal in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This brief focuses on Covid-19 rumours circulating in the Rohingya camps of Cox’s Bazar. It explores some of the more common rumours, discusses sources and formats of information, presents community perspectives about rumours and communication, and suggests approaches to communicating with the Rohingya community about COVID-19.
This kit offers step-by-step guidance and templates to planning, choosing, setting up and managing a feedback and complaints system.
This presentation teaches how to understand the impact of rumors on programs and operations, and offers techniques to capture and address them.
This review offers insight into the opinions and myths surrounding the real causes of cholera diseases.