Leveraging the Power of Storytelling to Increase Vaccine Demand

June 3, 2022

Leveraging the Power of Storytelling to Increase Vaccine Demand, a story that follows Geraldine Chinonso Mbagwu, Programme Officer with Corona Management Systems, and members of the Community Theatre for Immunisation (CT4I), a project in the Delta Region of Nigeria that focuses on driving demand for vaccination in communities. Their most effective tool? Community performances to share health information and create community immunization champions. Join the Boost Community to learn more about how this program was able to decrease in the number of zero-dose children, the number of caregivers who expressed lack of information as the reason for incomplete vaccination and those who lacked trust in the health system.

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