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Covid-19 - Stay safe and smiling

Source(s):  COPE
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

This child-friendly booklet is for kids who are 6-12 years old to generate awareness among children on COVID-19 through animated characters and simple but strong messages. This material intends to help children all over the world stay safe and smiling during the corona virus pandemic.


Format Printed documents
Sub-format Booklet (<30 pages)
Number of pages/running time 16

Target audiences


Group: Children

Sub-group: Primary school age (6-11 years)

Educational usage

reading level Educational (primary reading level)
educational usage Extra-curricular/Informal
Extra Curricular Civics  •  Disaster Management

Additional information

Published in Hong Kong (China)

Dissemination history


Stategy: Stand alone (general distribution)

Community National  •  Several provinces/states  •  Several cities  •  Several neighbourhoods, suburbs or villages
Setting Rural/Semi-rural  •  Urban/Suburban
Recipients Primary school children  •  Disaster managers, professionals, government employees  •  Teachers or instructors

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  • Year of publication 2020
  • Author(s) Keswick, Martha; Jesse, Mariko; Sim, Timothy
  • Language(s) English
  • Price Unknown

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