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.
This tool (available in English and Spanish) is for community volunteers and health promoters to facilitate home visits in support of the promotion of key behaviors for Zika, dengue, and chikungunya prevention. Each card has two sides, one with images to use when talking with the family and the other with information and images to help the volunteer understand and discuss each behavior.
These posters, produced as part of the family planning organization NURHI in Nigeria, serve a dual purpose. They serve as job aids for service providers and as reminder materials for clients.
These brochures serve as a way of reinforcing information about family planning. They are distributed in Nigerian communities to remind community members of the benefits of birth spacing at all levels of society from the individual to the family and community level.
This is a 10ft by 6ft banner on LLIN use and care displayed at LLIN distribution points for health educators to enlighten beneficiaries on how to properly use and care for their LLINs. It was displayed in thhe following states: Zamfara, Benue, Oyo, Kogi, Sokoto, Kebbi, Nasarawa from 2015-2018.
These are adapted malaria-focused storylines from a TV serial drama (New Man Street). Screened during community dialogues to an average audience of about 60 persons per session.
This is a module created to improve preparedness for and response of communities in countries at risk of a cholera epidemic.