In Africa and South Asia more than 3 billion people live with little access to intensive care. Their best hope is through knowledge and information, allowing communities to slow the epidemic, protect those most vulnerable, and continue accessing treatment for other deadly illnesses.
Young Adults 13-17
UNFPA is teaming up with Prezi to help young people around the world learn about COVID-19 and how they can help keep their friends, families, and communities safe.
These social media cards include practical tips on how to do the correct physical distancing. These cards were shared through the Facebook Page of the Department of Health.
Stigma can isolate people, prevent them from seeking medical care, and adopt healthy behavious.This short video aims to learn more about how one can help to tackle stigma associated with COVID-19.
This page offers practical guides for adolesecents and young people, parents and caregivers, healthcare providers and implementing partners to keep young people healthy during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Inspired by the actions of young people across the world UNICEF has compiled a set of actions that anyone can take to join the fight against misinformation and stigma, and to promote community support and spirit, divided by the time it will take one to get involved, so anyone can decide how he or she can best contribute.
This infographic states that not only can young people spread COVID-19, they are also at risk. Listed are 10 tips for young people to consider about protecting themselves and others.
Put Your Mask On Challange!! We want to see all of those original, custom, handmade masks! Show us your masks and use the "Put Your Mask On" Song.
La campagne "Merci Mon Héros" a débuté depuis le 5 Novembre 2019 sur les réseaux sociaux, dans l’optique d’exposer le maximum de jeunes et alliés aux messages de la santé reproductive et de planification familiale, une activité communautaire dénommée caravane "Ciné-École et grandes- Écoles" s’est déroulée du 27 au 31 Janv. 2020 dans le district de Bouaké.
SHOPS Plus collected data from married couples, caregivers of children under five, and adults in urban India to understand knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to family planning, diarrhea management, and stigma related to tuberculosis. The project is using the findings to inform behavior change campaigns in these health areas.