The 10 for 10 project is a health communication campaign and outreach program that the UCLA Center for Public Health and Disasters has been in the process of developing over the past year to address pandemic influenza preparedness for low-income families. The goal of the program is for low-income populations to prepare for a prolonged flu pandemic (preparing populations for self-isolation using non-pharmaceutical interventions) by storing enough culturally relevant food to sustain families for three months. The program’s campaign materials highlight that families can start preparing for a long wave of pandemic flu by storing food, spending as little as $10 per week.
The materials provided here include promotional documents and recipes. All materials are available in English and Spanish.