Africa Mask Week 23-30 November 2020
In partnership with the Pandemic Action Network, the African Union Office of the Youth Envoy, African Youth Front on Coronavirus, Resolve to Save Lives, and over 70 other organizations, Africa CDC launched this campaign to encourage and increase consistent and proper mask-wearing across Africa. Join us and spread the word about #AfricaMaskWeek.
How you can support #AfricaMaskWeek on social media?
- Download the #AfricaMaskWeek infographic messages on this page to adapt and share them across your digital platforms.
- Highlight your involvement throughout the week by using the hashtag #AfricaMaskWeek and #WearAMask.
- Follow, retweet, share or like the #AfricaMaskWeek content on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms.
- Create and share your own content with people across your organization or community wearing a mask during the #AfricaMaskWeek.
- Tag #AfricaMaskWeek in your social media posts and we will amplify your posts with partners and through our social channels.
- Make it personal: Issue a #WearAMask challenge to your followers by posting a photo of yourself wearing a mask tagging #WearAMask #AfricaMaskWeek and your contacts so they can do the same!
|Africa Mask Week logos||Download|
|COVID is still spreading||Download|
|Continue these measures||Download|
|How to participate||Download|
|Keep masking to protect your community||Download|
|My mask protects you, your mask protects me||Download|
|People Can Have COVID19 Without Feeling Sick||Download|
|Save the date||Download|
|Shout out to the young people||Download|
|Take a mask selfie||Download|
|Thanks to all healthcare workers||Download|
|Use Your Mask Safely||Download|
|Wear a mask to protect your elders||Download|
|Wear a mask does not mean you are sick||Download|
|Wear a mask to protect your family||Download|
|Editable Files (350MB)||Download|