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Multilingual handbooks about infection prevention for migrant workers

Multilingual handbooks that help migrant workers understand how to protect themselves and provide updated information about local policies.

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Many migrant workers are not fluent in the official languages of the countries where they work. It is difficult for them to get updated information about the local situations and policies about coronavirus. Also It is hard for them to understand how and where to get support for infection prevention. This makes them more vulnerable than other communities.

To solve this problem, some NGOs created infection prevention handbooks in multiple languages to help migrant workers understand how to protect themselves from coronavirus, how to get support, and where to find resources. These handbooks also provide information about the local regulations and policies for infection prevention and control.



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Where are you getting information around COVID-19?

  • Local Government
  • National Government
  • News: Television
  • News: Digital
  • News: Print
  • News: Radio
  • Social Media

What populations or personas are not currently being addressed with today’s COVID-19 information?

homeless people, scavenger, illiterate person, people who have no internet access

What is your current profession?

Design Strategist

In what city are you located?

Taipei

In what country are you located?

Taiwan

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This is really helpful. I live in a community that has tens of thousands of refugees and I worry that they aren't able to understand important information. This is a great solution. Thanks for sharing!

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