Radio spots on COVID-19 – part two

| October 26, 2020

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Since early 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has spread throughout the world, including sub-Saharan Africa. Radio broadcasters can play an important role in preventing the spread of the coronavirus by accurately informing their audiences on various aspects of the pandemic—and radio spots are one efficient and easy-to-use method of informing the public.

These 26 radio spots address a variety of topics related to COVID-19, including the impacts of the virus on health, the specific impacts on women and girls, and addressing specific examples of misinformation / fake news.

The spots are 30-60 seconds long and can be inserted anywhere in your program schedule, but especially in breaks between programs, and within programs that relate to health, agriculture, and gender.