CARE Peru: Summer Without Zikario Radio Spots 1

1. Piura: San Juan Bautista

The spot was made in the framework of the locution workshops aimed at children, as part of the Summer Without Zikario program of the project Together Against Zika. It informs the community about the importance of eliminating and monitoring disused objects that can store water, either through rain or watering gardens.

2. Piura: Enrique López Albujar

The spot was made in the framework of the locution workshops aimed at children, as part of the Summer Without Zikario program of the project Together Against Zika. The radio spot informs and highlights the importance of the strategy of covering buckets and containers to eliminate mosquito breeding sites, and to prevent and control Zika at the community level.

3. Piura: Federico Helguero

The spot was made in the framework of the locution workshops aimed at children, as part of the Summer Without Zikario program of the project Together Against Zika. The mosquito aedes aegeoty is characterized and reports on the spread of the Zika virus through mosquito bites. It highlights the importance of prevention measures and community surveillance to control Zika.

4. Piura: Federico Helguero

The spot was made in the framework of the locution workshops aimed at children, as part of the Summer Without Zikario program of the project Together Against Zika. It communicates the risks of Zika contagion and calls for strengthening community prevention and control measures.

5. Piura: Spot the medanos

The spot was made in the framework of the locution workshops aimed at children, as part of the Summer Without Zikario program of the project Together Against Zika. It reports from a community approach the symptoms associated with the Zika virus and points out the importance of having tests to rule it out, given that only very few people usually present them.

Resource Type(s)
Radio Spot
Topic(s)
Community Engagement
Mosquito Control
Mosquito Transmission
Prevention
Risk Communication
Signs and Symptoms
Audience(s)
For the Community
School Children
Language(s)
Spanish
Country(ies)
Peru
Source(s)
CARE Perú

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