This infographic illustrates how, since the outbreak of COVID-19, violence against women and girls (VAWG), and particularly domestic violence, has intensified.
These posters were created by the Centre for Communication and Change-India to promote proper prevention against COVID-19 and to provide information about the pandemic.
This is a set of social media tiles that can be shared online or printed as posters and shared for the general public on a) how COVID-19 and lock down measures are exacerbating risks of domestic violence and b) what survivors, general public and health workers can do to mitigate risks of violence against women during the pandemic.
These infographics were designed through a strategic process led by Harvard Medical Students, Harvard School of Public Health professionals and alumni as well as physicians.
This page offers several infographics that can be used to alert the public about what to do if one is experience violence. The infographics cover the topics of making a safety plan, and how the health system, the government resources, and health workers can help.
This initiative produced over 55 infographics designs in over 60 languages in order to empower many communities in Africa and beyond.
UNAIDS is calling on countries to adopt a human rights-based approach in responding to the global outbreak of COVID-19 that puts communities at the centre and respects the rights and dignity of all. To help guide governments, communities and other stakeholders in planning and implementing measures to contain the pandemic,
The infographic includes basic information about the virus, symptoms, prevention and transmission. It can be downloaded (links at bottom of the page) either as a graphic file (.png) or editable (for translations) .pdf format.
These infographics can be downloaded and include the following topics:
- Polio cases per year
- Polio timeline
- Vaccines save lives
- Potential of vaccines against rotavirus