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COVID-19 Education for African Students

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Resource Title
World Health Organisation – A useful source of up to date information about COVID-19 and its prevention.
World Health Organisation – Instructions for keeping your hands clean with soap and water or an alcohol- based hand sanitiser. (PDF)
Psychology Association of Zambia – For mental health issues related to COVID-19, Contact numbers: 0977800391, 0977896499.
Resources from Zambia National Public Health Institute – Series of useful COVID-19 fact sheets .
Ministry of Health Zambia
Ministry of Health Zambia COVID-19 updates via Facebook
Ministry of Health Malawi - Managing Mild COVID-19 infection at home. (PDF)
UK-NHS website – 10 tips to help you manage worries about COVID-19. Including a mindful breathing exercise for anxiety.
UK-NHS website – Keeping fit.
Pzizz - Free downloadable app – Helping you sleep.

Learning outcomes

COVEDAS aims to help students understand how COVID-19 is transmitted, what to do to prevent the spread and how to look after themselves during the pandemic.

This resource was developed by:

Content Authors: Prof. Cris Glazebrook, Prof. Anitha Menon, Prof. Heather Wharrad

Narrators: Rhoda Kakoma and Tapiwa Ngoma

Project Mentor: Prof. Heather Wharrad

With special thanks to our development team from BongoHive and Helm - University of Nottingham:

With thanks to our development teams from Health E-learning and Media team (Helm) University of Nottingham and BongoHive Design - Zambia

Project Development: BongoHive: Silumesii Maboshe, Stellia Zulu, Joyce Msumba, Lucas Mbewe, Helm: Michael Taylor, Lydia Jones, Amanda Hill

Video Production/Development - BongoHive: Silumesii Maboshe, Stellia Zulu, Joyce Msumba, Lucas Mbewe, Mareta Lindunda, , Mwape Mwanakatwe

Logo design: Andrew Jackson

Actors: Alex Kalopa, Shike Chiloweka, Nomsa Ngoma, Simon Mutale, Mary Phiri, Tapiwa Ngoma, Natasha Kakwela, Moses Mukinga

With special thanks to the following Universities:

Our sponsor Universities

United Kingdom - University of Nottingham: Prof. Cris Glazebrook, Prof. Heather Wharrad, Michael Taylor, Lydia Jones and Amanda Hill.

University of Zambia: Dr Ravi Paul, Dr Sidney Mwaba, Mr Bained Nyirenda

University of Malawi: Dr. Kazione Kulisewa

Apex Medical University: Prof. John Mudenda

Copperbelt University: Prof. Seter Siziya

Zambia - BongoHive: Silumesii Maboshe, Stellia Zulu, Joyce Msumba, Lucas Mbewe, Mareta Lindunda, Mwape Mwanakatwe

With special thanks to our sponsors:

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