This video, available in English and Swahili, shows a group of students returning to school and expressing concerns about COVID-19.
The Hygiene and Behavior Change Coalition (HBCC) created these spots and produced them in a variety of languages.
This site provides downloadable videos about various aspects of COVID-19 in many languages.
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.
ISHI was a behavior change communication campaign directed to Tanzanian youth to help them understand the risks associated with HIV/AIDS and to help them learn ways to protect themselves. The overall campaign objective was to increase the number of young men and women who believe they are at personal risk of contracting HIV/AIDS and to motivate them to adopt protective behaviors. The key message for ISHI phase II was “You cannot tell by knowing."
In 1999 Femina Hip was set up as a civil society organization in Tanzania to foster healthy lifestyles by educating and connecting young people around sexual and reproductive health and rights as well as HIV/AIDS prevention at a precarious time of the epidemic.
This page offers practical guides for adolesecents and young people, parents and caregivers, healthcare providers and implementing partners to keep young people healthy during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bilharzia Communication Campaign ran in Uganda from 2017-2018. The purpose of the campaign was to raise awareness about Bilharzia, build a sense of vulnerability, and encourage practices to avoid infection.
- Provide a comprehensive overview of the outbreak response
- Pinpoint the main strengths and weaknesses of the response
- Improve preparedness for and response for future outbreaks
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