The short video was developed by Development Media International for African countries and provides an explanation of why physical distancing is important. A Siswati voiceover was provided in order to expand circulation to different target audiences through social media and for community engagement and training in Eswatini.
Breakthrough ACTION Nigeria posted these images in Tweets about wearing masks on July 15, 2020.
Une vidéo expliquant comment le gouvernement a rendu obligatoire le port de masques pour empêcher la propagation de COVID-19. Des instructions sur la façon d'utiliser et de nettoyer les masques sont incluses.
A video explaining how the government made it mandatory to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Instructions on how to use and clean the masks are included.
These posters were developed to reach people living in Montana (US) with the message that the population of that state is already used to wearing masks for their various sports activities, so wearing a mask for COVID-19 should be easy for them.
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
This toolkit was developed in collaboration with the Department of Health to inform the public about the regulations for lockdown in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. It includes PSAs, scripts for the PSAs, and a set of posters.
This poster was developed by the city of Portland, Oregon aimed at encouraging customers to keep a 6-feet distance from staff and each other.
This message, posted on Facebook, reads "When you go out of the house, you must wear a mask to protect yourself and others."
Cettes affiches ont étés produite en mars 2020 en réponse à la crise du COVID-19.
This brochure was produced in March 2020 as a response to the COVID-19 crisis.