NRC-RIM’s translated COVID-19 resources prove useful in light of new vaccines

Sep 15, 2023

In light of the FDA and CDC’s authorization of new COVID-19 vaccines, organizations may find existing NRC-RIM materials on boosters, waves, variants, and other general COVID-19 vaccine information useful. Customizable and translated into more than 40 languages, these are among their most popular resources to date.

In collaboration with the International Rescue Committee (IRC), NRC-RIM released Know Your Rights fact sheets in English, Spanish, French, and Haitian Creole. Aimed at Cubans, Haitians, and others from Latin America who are humanitarian parole recipients, the fact sheet explains eligibility for healthcare services, translation and interpretation, privacy concerns and more.

NRC-RIM is working on several other health education collections for their Afghan Health Portfolio, including wildfire smoke, mental health and stress, and respiratory illnesses. These will be released over the next several weeks.

Learn more about NRC-RIM’s work at two upcoming virtual events:

· Sept. 21: Culturally Driven Strategies: Tailoring Health Communications to Build Understanding and Trust, hosted by the Public Health Communications Collaborative (PHCC)

· Sept. 22: Refugee Migration through the Generations, hosted by the Refugee and Asylum Seeker Health Initiative at the University of California San Francisco

For more information, visit their website, sign up for their newsletter, and follow them on Twitter or Facebook.


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