Communication for Development (C4D)

Cholera and C4D

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UNICEF's Cholera communication and community engagement practices follow existing hygiene, education and emergency practices. However, these well-known practices are re-focused to have direct and immediate impact on reducing the severity of the cholera outbreak. 

This page contains guidance for cholera communication as well as creative examples and a few examples of communication plans.


Guidance

Hygiene is Prevention - Mozambique - 2012 - Portuguese

Community Mobilization for Frontline Workers - Pakistan - 2012 - English

Guião para Activistas - Mozambique - 2011 - Portuguese

C4D Rapid Assessment Tool - India - 2008 - English

Building Interpersonal Communication Skills - India - 2006 - English

Facilitator's Guide for Cholera Communication - Nigeria - Portuguese

WHO-UNICEF Training of Trainers on Immunization Communication - Ethiopia - 2005 - English

Example Communication Plans

Cholera and Diarrhoea Communication Strategy - Liberia - 2012 - English

Social mobilization Strategy in Response to Cholera - Haiti - 2011 - English

Cholera Preparedness Communication Strategy - Sierra Leone - 2011 - English

Creative Materials

Attention au Cholera - Cameroon - 2012 - French 

Universal Flipbook for Cholera Prevention - 2011 - French - English

Garder Les Toilettes Propres - Cameroun - 2012 - French

Handout - Haiti - 2012 - French

Cholera Vaccine Brochure - Haiti - 2012 - French

Protecting ourselves from Cholera - Sierra Leone - 2012 - English

Preventing Cholera Poster - Mozambique - 2011 - Portuguese

Lavons Nous Toujours Les Mains - Cameroun - 2011 - French

Traitement de L'Eau - Cameroun - 2011 - French

Que Faire En Case De Cholera - Cameroun - 2011 - French

Higiene e a Nossa Saude - Mozambique - 2009 - Portuguese


 

 

Report

 Pneumonia and diarrhoea - Tackling the deadliest diseases
for the world’s poorest children - 2012

Cholera Toolkit

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