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.
Below are three posters produced to instruct the public about various aspects of living during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This flyer and poster advertise a special medicine delivery service that delivers medicines closer to where people live so that they do not have to come to a pharmacy and can practice physical distancing.
Il s'agit d'entretiens de sensibilisation sur divers aspects de COVID-19
These are awareness raising interviews on various aspects of COVID-19
Ces vidéos ont été produites pour montrer aux jeunes l'importance de la distance physique, de la toux du coude et du lavage des mains.
These videos were produced to show young people the importance of physical distancing, elbow coughing, and handwashing.
As countries around the world wrestle with the issue of how best to contain the virus, physical distancing (or social distancing, as it is often referred to) has emerged as one of the leading public health recommendations for limiting infection rates. Developed and developing countries alike are adopting this as a policy, as seen through a succession of state- and country-wide ‘lockdowns’ and ban on mass gatherings.
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.
Scientists who study the transmission of respiratory illnesses like influenza say that infections typically happen when a healthy person comes into contact with respiratory droplets from an infected person’s cough, sneeze or breath.
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.
This video from Myanmar, along with a lively song, instructs the public about the importance of physical distancing, staying home, and protecting themselves from COVID-19.