“Tasankha” was a multi-media effort under the BRIDGE II Project, a USAID-funded five year behavior change communication program focused on promoting normative behavior change and increasing HIV preventive behaviors among the adult population in 11 districts in the southern region of Malawi,
Running from 2003-2009, BRIDGE I was designed to energize change in the way Malawians think and speak about HIV/AIDS and more importantly, in how they act.
The second stream (Wave 2) audio spots as produced by Breakthrough ACTION-Nigeria in support of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control's Risk Communications response focused on preventive measures such as good hygiene and physical distancing as well as discouraging the sharing of fake news while promoting #Take Responsibility Campaign theme song.
Breakthrough-ACTION activities in Indonesia will focus on providing assistance to the overall RCCE Coordinating Task Force to finalize strategy and develop the mapping of activities by themes and geographic areas.
Funded by USAID, and running from 2004-2012, HCP was a global project managed by JHU CCP, to develop and implement communication strategies and strengthen capacity in social and behavior change communication (SBCC) for improved health in Uganda. Working in partnership with the Ugandan government and its partners, including USAID Implementing Partners, the project focused primarily on HIV prevention, care, treatment, and support; sexual and reproductive health of young people; family planning; malaria control; and TB control; while strengthening national SBCC capacity.
The Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI) II is a five-year project, which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation with the vision to eliminate supply and demand barriers to contraceptive use and make family planning a social norm in Nigeria.
In the second phase of this project NURHI worked to contribute to achieving the national goal of increasing mCPR to 36% by 2018. Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and TJ Mather, its core partners included JHCCP, ARFH and CCPN, and its mandate was the scaling up, institutionalization and sustainability of the proven NURHI model to new geographies.
These infographics were designed through a strategic process led by Harvard Medical Students, Harvard School of Public Health professionals and alumni as well as physicians.
COVideo19 is an initiative led by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health students aimed at providing science-based, social media friendly information on COVID-19 in multiple languages. The students are part of the Digital Health Society, the student arm of the Johns Hopkins University Global mHealth Initiative.
Physical distancing, masks and hand washing are here to stay. Since the emergence of COVID-19, the need for clear communication of dos and don’ts for audiences who live and work in low resource and crowded contexts has become more important than ever.