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Designing Community-based Communication Campaigns - Manual cover

How to edit the Vaccination Campaign Video Template

Tips for Taking Photos and Videos Using Phone Cameras

Partner Contact List Template

Rapid Needs Assessment

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Resource Mapping Template

Multilingual Workplan Template

Print Media Toolkit

Social Media Toolkit

Examples of Social media frames with images

To Me Vaccination Is...

Poster Banner

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Sobre La Vacuna

La Vacuna Contra Covid Es Proteccion

COVID-19 Gratis

Haitian Creole Flow charts

Fact Sheet: Protecting Ourselves and Others With Respirators and Masks

Pregnancy and the COVID-19 Vaccine trifold

Timoun ak Vaksen COVID-19 la - Handout

Children and the COVID-19 Vaccine

Pregnancy and the COVID-19 Vaccine brochure OUTSIDE

Vaccines, Masks, and the Delta Variant Handout

Stickers featuring the colors of flags from across central and south america.


These image-centric, editable vaccine resources in multiple languages help you reach refugee, immigrant, and migrant communities with important information regarding getting a vaccine as well as safety measures to take after being vaccinated. These colorful flyers, in English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole, offer a Maryland, Virginia, and Delaware-specific option to choose from or editable versions for users to insert their own state-specific information such as their state vaccine logo, vaccine sign-up website and phone number, and organization logo. Along with these fliers, MCN has created a simple ‘how-to’ video (see above) for editing the fliers. The original designs for this new resource were created by a staff member of East Coast Migrant Head Start Project who is the daughter of a farmworker, and who had once gone to East Coast Migrant Head Start Project centers herself. The flyers were then adapted by MCN. 

Show your support of the vaccine in your community! MCN’s #YoMeLaPuse campaign offers five beautifully designed posters showing people of various ages after their vaccination that are available for download and printing. A sixth poster is customizable, allowing communities to paste in a photo of a local religious leader, or community health care providers, or other community leader who is proud to have gotten the vaccine. The posters are accompanied by a short video in Spanish, which can be played at community events and in waiting rooms.

Yo me la puse poster examples

Templates for creating your own posters are available below.

Los Grandes Tambien se Vacunan

This colorful vaccine calendar comic, updated in 2021 to include the COVID-19 vaccines, gives low-literacy information in Spanish on vaccines and some information on why adults need immunizations, too. Available in high resolution to download and print into poster size.

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The New England Journal of Medicine has an article analyzing early cases in China which gives some clarity around how the virus works: “Clinical Characteristics of Coronavirus Disease 2019 in China".

The CDC’s archived webinar from last week provides a useful overview for clinicians: “Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Update—What Clinicians Need to Know to Prepare for COVID-19 in the United States.”