The AMARC Asia-Pacific Campaign against COVID-19

Community radios across the Asia-Pacific region are working hard to help communities deal with the challenges posed by the COVID-19. Individual community radio broadcasters are risking their lives to serve the most relevant and up to date information to their communities.

The AMARC Asia-Pacific Campaign against COVID-19 is an initiative to complement the admirable work of our member stations.

We wish everyone good health and safety. Let’s be vigilant against the virus, the disease it causes and against all forces that challenge our freedom of expression and human rights!

What is Covid-19?

Reliable information by World Health Organisation on  the nature of the COVID 19 outbreak  how to protect individuals and prevent spread of the pandemic.t

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Protect / prevent

Basic information and recommendations on how best can individuals protect themselves from contracting the disease and prevention on spreading the pandemic.

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Myths Busters

Misinformation does not help fighting COVID-19. Some rumors are harmless, while others can be dangerous. We contribute by setting some records straight

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Our Sources

Sources of information from reliable institutions contributes to increase the effect of efforts to fight the COVID-19 Outbreak  

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CR Campaign

 AMARC Asia Pacific launches the “Community Radio Campaign against COVID-19” to complement the initiatives of community radios accross the region. 

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Do’s & Don’t PSA Scripts

Public Service announcement scripts carried by participating community radios against COVID 19 Campaign 

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Vulnerable Rights PSA

Public Service announcement scripts carried by participating community radios decated to vulnerable individuals and communities

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Countries/ CRs

Learn more about  community radios participating in the Campaign against COVID-19

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Safety guidelines for broadcasters

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Community Radio is an essential service for local communities in Asia Pacific countries. Resilient  local communities require first line  community radio broadcasters. Follow safety guidelines when covering news, and in studios.

Our Sources

These are the sites we get our data from


World Health Organization


United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund


International Organization For Migration


United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization


Food and Agriculture Organization


Risk Communications and Community Engagement 


United Nations

UN Women

UN Womrn

GHS Index

Global Health Security Index


Organization that we work with



Contact Us

Mailing Address:
UN Park Lane, Lalitpur

Call: +977  1 5554811

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