To increase public awareness, especially in household clusters and traditional ceremonies, the Wisnu Foundation is supported by UNICEF, the Bali Provincial Health Office and the Bali Provincial Disaster Management Agency to disseminate information and increase community capacity in supporting #BaliBangkit. Major achievements of the overall RCCE activities, including:
- Build public trust in national authorities on public health information related to the COVID-19 vaccines and immunization services in order to generate demand among key target groups.
- Raise awareness, knowledge, and confidence in COVID-19 immunization services among key target groups so they know who, how, where and when they can receive COVID-19 vaccines.
- Advocate for policies, guidelines, and interventions that support equitable access and reach, especially to the vulnerable population.
The implementation of the activities will be carried out from August 2021 to January 2022, extended to April 29th, 2022. The activities will be carried out in 3 regencies/cities, namely: Gianyar Regency, Denpasar City and Badung Regency. The locations per district/city that will be selected are 4-5 villages per district/city. The location selection is based on the northern, central and coastal areas of Bali, while the selection category is also based on tourism areas and tourism buffer areas. Targeted villages for project implementation:
- Batubulan village
- Sayan village
- Peliatan village
- Pejeng Kangin village
- Tonja village
- Dangin Puri village
- Sanur Kauh village
- Serangan village
- Mengwi village
- Sulangai village
- Tanjung Benoa village
- Cemagi village
- Kerobokan village
The activities been delivered:
- Number of people reached by UNICEF 3M+ and COVID-19 vaccine messages.
- Local capacity to communicate messages on 3M+ and COVID-19 vaccine increased.
- Best practices and/or lessons learned from the field are disseminated to partners and stakeholders at national and sub national level.