GO VIRAL! is a 5-minute game that helps protect the public against COVID-19 misinformation.
De 2014 à 2020, le projet Evidence to Action (E2A), financé par l’USAID, s’est fixé comme priorité l’amélioration les indicateurs sanitaires des parents pour la première fois (PPPF) - définis comme les jeunes femmes de moins de 25 ans qui sont enceintes pour la première fois ou qui ont un seul enfant, et leurs partenaires masculins.
These materials were developed to create awareness on modes of transmission, symptoms and how to access care.
In an effort to expand public efforts to arrest the progress of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) collaborated with mClinica, an Asian regional tech startup that develops and operates mobile platforms, to build the capacity of the pharmacy workforce in the Philippines to communicate effectively with customers about COVID-19.
This Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) Guide serves as a guide for community health workers (CHWs), volunteers, and social mobilizers in communicating with people on COVID-19 and helping them protect themselves and others from the virus. This guide contains importance of community engagement during health crisis, how to talk to people in the community, how to protect yourself and others while on duty, and key messages that need to be conveyed to the community and to specific audience groups.
This is a set of materials developed to provide Mosques with information and materials around COVID-19 prevention. Includes a short book, video, flyer, poster, and banner.
The Pere Burkinbila taught fathers how to educate their sons on reproductive health and also challenge male-oriented social norms and practices.
This emerging learning document details the lessons learned from the first phase of the Didier comic book series in Cote d’Ivoire, which focused on engaging young men in the informal sector on sexuality, family planning and relationships.
This webpage introduces the Innovation Lab project, implemented in Burkina Faso under Transform/PHARE.
Live Prototyping is all about learning what works, and evolving what doesn’t, in order to arrive at a solution that is best adapted to the needs of young men working in the informal sector.