Risk communication for social awareness on COVID-19 by U-INSPIRE Indonesia

Source(s): U-INSPIRE Indonesia
UNESCO Office Jakarta, in collaboration with COVID-19 Task Force and U-INSPIRE with the support of WHO and UNIC developed a risk communication video for social awareness on COVID-19
UNESCO Office Jakarta, in collaboration with COVID-19 Task Force and U-INSPIRE with the support of WHO and UNIC developed a risk communication video for social awareness on COVID-19

U-INSPIRE Indonesia collaborated to produce a video featuring three COVID-19 recovered patients: Sita Tyasutami (Covid-19 Patient no. 01), Ratri Anindyajati (Covid-19 Patient no. 03) and Rico J Sihombing (COVID-19 Patient). The message in the video focuses on the three categories of people’s exposure to COVID-19: Orang Tanpa Gejala (OTG) or person without symptoms; Orang Dalam Pemantaun (ODP) or person under observation; and Pasien Dalam Perawatan (PDP) or patient under care. The video also conveyed messages on what to do in these different categories such as self-quarantine after traveling from a COVID-19 area or have been in direct contact with a person with COVID-19, not to hesitate to check-up and report if they have the symptoms as well as other COVID-19 prevention measures such as washing hands as often as possible and to always wearing mask.

The message conveyed in the video aligned with the COVID-19 Task Force risk communication messages including #TidakMudik (not to return to the villages), #DirumahAja (stay at home), #JagaJarak (physical distancing), #MaskerUntukSemua (always wear mask) and #CuciTanganPakaiSabun (wash your hands with soap).

The Sendai Framework Voluntary Commitments (SFVC) online platform allows stakeholders to inform the public about their work on DRR. The SFVC online platform is a useful tool to know who is doing what and where for the implementation of the Sendai Framework, which could foster potential collaboration among stakeholders. All stakeholders (private sector, civil society organizations, academia, media, local governments, etc.) working on DRR can submit their commitments and report on their progress and deliverables. Good practices and achievements will be highlighted through the online platform.

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