COVId-19 campaigns

A Data4Change initiative

We support people and organisations all over the world to harness the power of data to create data-driven solutions for some of the world’s biggest challenges, together.

About the initiative

Our rapid response task force consists of in-country data, design, tech, and journalism talent from the Data4Change alumni network. Together with social change organisations in each of the target countries, we are creating hyper-local COVID-19 (coronavirus) content to help inform citizens on measures they can take to prevent the spread of the virus and combat fake news and misinformation.

Our teams are using data and information published by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and other reputable sources. All the content we produce is covered by Creative Commons and can be used free of charge by social change organisations and activists.

We’re currently working on

Egypt, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon and India

Arabic, Bengali, English, Hindi, Swahili and Urdu

What we'd like to do next

Countries and regions
East Africa, Latin America, Francophone Africa,
Lusophone Africa, Nigeria, and Indonesia

Spanish, Portuguese, French, Yoruba, Indonesian

Content repository

We’re creating content about personal hygiene, physical distancing, the kindness contagion, fundraising, mental health and myth-busting. Check out the country-specific content below!

We need your help to make this work!
Are you:

A non-profit?

The information and content here are for you to share and help spread the word! We've also made guidelines and provided files for you to create your own content to be shared.

A funder?

Like what you see so far? Maybe you'd like to support this project? We're interested in talking to funders that are pivoting to support in-country non-profits through the COVID-19 crisis. Find out more and get in touch!

A creative?

We need people like you to make projects like this happen. We're always on the look out for people with awesome skills working in data, design, journalism and technology.