In response to the serious health risks posed by the Zika virus, K4Health is looking for existing essential, evidence-based tools, resources, or guidance that will help communities, health care workers, policymakers and advocates prevent the spread of Zika and minimize the related potential negative pregnancy outcomes.
All submissions will be reviewed for accuracy and relevance; not all will necessarily be published to the site. We are looking for materials that meet the following criteria:
- Content is medically accurate: The resource is in line with current medical guidelines and based on the latest scientific evidence.
- Content contains harmonized Zika prevention messages: Messages in the resource align with the latest guidance put forth by UNICEF/WHO/PAHO/IFRC’s Risk communication and community engagement for Zika virus prevention and control
- Content is developed and/or applicable for adaptation for an international audience: The resource is produced and/or submitted by organizations or affected governments working on the international Zika response.
- Content is valuable for any one of our key audiences: The resource is relevant and likely to be useful for clinical health care providers, policymakers, public health advocates and/or advocacy organizations, and community health workers and/or organizations working to prevent the spread of Zika and minimize the related potential negative pregnancy outcomes.
If this is your first submission, you will be invited to join the ZCN by email. For subsequent submissions, login here, then upload your resources.
If you wish to upload a new or revised version of an existing resource, please do not do it here. Email the new document, along with its title, its ZCN URL (if possible), and your organizational information to [email protected].