These radio programs supported and enhanced the Shuga TV series throughout the campaign, using the same objectives and BCC messages as the TV drama. In the original series, developed in Kenya, the 12 episodes were followed by two 25-minute pre-recorded magazine shows which further explored the topics covered with young people, experts from the c
ChezasSalama.com is an interactive website in Kiswahili and English which delivers facts about sexual and reproductive health and lifestyle in a fresh, youthful and colourful way.
Fema TV Talk Show is a talk show for and by youth, reinforcing and complimenting messages communicated in other Femina HIP products. The 30-minute, weekly show in Swahili is broadcast nationally on ITV and TBC1.
In 2011, the Tanzania Communication and Capacity Project, TCCP), along with JHPIEGO, designed a campaign to increase the rate of voluntary male medical circumcision (VMMC).
The project aimed at sharing the following messages about VMMC:
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.
From 2013 to 2016, there was a campaign in Zanzibar to eliminate malaria. The Tanzaia Capacity and Communication Project (TCCP) supported the Zanzibar Malaria Eimination Program (ZAMEP) in the creation of SBCC materials to support malaria control on Zanzibar.
The Tanzania School Net Program involved distribution of treated nets to both children ages 6-14 years and heads of household as primary audiences, empowering these audiences to take action while clearly conveying the benefits of getting everyone covered – including neighbors – by drawing on popular “sharing” beliefs that exist in Tanzania.
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 a handwashing poster for display.
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.