Quizrr Covid-19 module available
July 09, 2020
Quizrr has developed a rapid response COVID-19 module using materials from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM).
"Right now there is an emerging need for correct and verified information on how to stay safe and healthy. So we decided to incorporate COVID-19 related information from WHO and UN in Quizrr’s digital trainings, and we hope to contribute to a safer world by empowering people working in the factories we engage with and beyond, thought our engaging gamified trainings." says Sofie Nordström, Co-Founder & Deputy CEO at Quizrr.
This module covers essential information about the coronavirus as well as health and hygiene practices to help workers stay safe during the pandemic. For the Thailand market, Quizrr worked with the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) to also include information on the specific challenges facing migrant workers such as travel restrictions.
The rapid response COVID-19 module will be available for the following markets and languages:
- China (Mandarin)
- Bangladesh (Bengali)
- Thailand (Thai, Burmese, Khmer and Laotian)
The Quizrr Covid-19 module is available as a part of the Quizrr Rights & Responsibilities digital training for above markets.
Reach out to email@example.com for more information on how to get started using the Quizrr digital training.
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