COVID-19 with Lara

To help children understand how to protect themselves and their families from the coronavirus, UNICEF Nigeria launched a COVID-19 prevention animation project on International Youth Day 2020

Introduction to the course

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Why this is important
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Relatable characters
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COVID-19 Intro Quiz
3 questions

Course Video & Quiz

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Lara
90
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COVID-19 with Lara QUIZ
12 questions

You will need a 70 percent pass mark for this course to be marked as complete

To help children understand how to protect themselves and their families from the coronavirus, UNICEF Nigeria launched a COVID-19 prevention animation project on International Youth Day 2020. The 90-second animated video – created by young people themselves - brings to life in a fun way the importance of handwashing, physical distancing and face mask wearing for children. “By using simple language and creating relatable characters, we hope to help children grasp how to protect themselves and prevent the spread of the coronavirus,” said Eliana Drakopoulos, Chief of Communication at UNICEF Nigeria. “Animated videos are engaging for children and can teach them practices that make their communities safer. What makes this even more exciting is that the video was conceived by young people themselves.” The animation concept was developed by a team of youth advocates, with support from UNICEF Nigeria and funding from the European Union. It was created from a peer-to-peer perspective, using four young Nigerian characters. Curbing the spread of the coronavirus and keeping communities safe for children and their families continue to be key priorities for UNICEF. The daily emergence of new cases in Nigeria are reminders that the pandemic is not over yet and that continuous effort is needed to protect children. Strengthening communication and raising awareness on prevention tips continues to be critical at this time.
Yes. The content is created to teach kids about the virus and the importance of following prescribed practices

“By using simple language and creating relatable characters, we hope to help children grasp how to protect themselves and prevent the spread of the coronavirus,” said Eliana Drakopoulos, Chief of Communication at UNICEF Nigeria. “Animated videos are engaging for children and can teach them practices that make their communities safer. What makes this even more exciting is that the video was conceived by young people themselves.”

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