Voices for a Malaria-Free Future (Voices) was led by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's Center for Communication Programs (CCP) since 2006 and is closely aligned with the United Against Malaria (UAM) campaign, which used soccer as the catalyst to raise global awareness and galvanize worldwide commitment to end malaria deaths by 2015.
Suaahara was an integrated nutrition project (2011-2016) that worked in 41 underserved districts in Nepal to improve the health and well-being of the Nepali people by focusing on the nutritional status of women and children under the age of two years.
Doing It is a new US-based national HIV testing and prevention campaign designed to motivate all adults to get tested for HIV and know their status.
The Nepal Family Health Program (NFHP-I) was a six-year (2002-2007) bilateral activity of United States Agency for International Development, Nepal (USAID/N) with the Government of Nepal.
In Tanzania, The National Costed Plan of Action (NCPAII) for Most Vulnerable Children (MVC) was developed to guide the implementation of actions and policies during 2013-2017 that aim to enhance the wellbeing of MVC. NCPAII aimed to prevent and reduce health and social risks for MVCs, and protect the rights of MVCs.
As part of Tanzania's program to increase infection prevention and control throughout the country, an SBCC strategy was developed. Part of this strategy was the development of collateral materials which would remind service providers and the general public about the importance of IPC protocols.
Tanzania took upon itself a goal to eliminate new HIV infections in children and keeping their mothers alive by 2015. This campaign, Getting to Zero, involved the cooperation of many different sectors and stakeholders. These novelty items were used during the campaign to promote the idea of getting to zero.
These are materials developed for the Malaria Safe campaign in Tanzania.
These materials were produced as part of the Green Star campaign in Tanzania to promote modern contraceptive methods. Included are: banners, tire covers, shirts, and stickers.