SOUTH AFRICA

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

  • BUKAVU

    COVID-19 Is Real: Online Awareness Campaign

    E-mail: danielsafari24@gmail.com

    Twitter: @ DrcIncision 

    Facebook
     

    We produce awareness materials such as posters and pictures to raise awareness on COVID-19 through social media handles! We also organize WhatsApp webinars on COVID-19 management and prevention.

 

ETHIOPIA

 
  • ETHIOPIA

    Support Ethiopia Health Workers Combat COVID-19

    Ethio-American Doctors Group (EADG)

    E-mail: info@ethioamericandoctors.com

    TwitterFacebook - GoFundMe

    The shortage of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), monitoring devises, ventilators, critical care drugs are severe. With your generous financial support through EADFund, we can provide tangible and meaningful contribution during this health care crises.  Just imagine what we could collectively achieve, if each EADG member or those in the general public contributes $1000 (or less as any amount is welcome).  This is an extraordinary time of hardship and we should all act now, and it cannot wait. This is the time to show our collective generosity, good citizenry and compassion. Please give now.

MOGADISHU, BANADIR, SOMALIA

 
  • MOGADISHU, BANADIR, SOMALIA

    Advocacy and training how to prevent COViD19

    IncisionSomalia

    E-mail: dalmaryare104@gmail.com

    Fb/Ig/Twitter: @incisionsomalia
     

    We leverage social media and conduct public trainings to keep the community safe during the pandemic (e.g. on how to hand wash properly) and advocate for staying home

NIGERIA

 
  • NIGERIA

    STOP COVID-19 INFOGRAPHICS

    SRHIN

    *Officially registered in Nigeria and Ethiopia but we cover Africa and the global community

    E-mail: Miracle.adesina@srhin.org

    We (SRHIN) have produced the #stopcovid19 Infographics in over 60 local languages (available at www.www.tinyurl.com/stopcovid) to ensure that people have the right health information about preventing #covid19. It is sad that some people especially in the local communities & slums in Africa still believe that COVID-19 or "Coro Coro" like it's popularly called is a 'foreign' or a 'rich' persons disease that cannot affect them. There have been reported cases of Chloroquine abuse among young people & even some African parents were reported to give their children hand sanitiser to drink after coughing to 'prevent' them from having the novel coronavirus. Hence, it is important that evidence-based messages (from World Health Organization & other reliable sources) are tailor-made in their local languages to reach and empower them. With our over 60 infographics designs we can empower so many communities in Africa and beyond & give them hope that we will beat the novel coronavirus.

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