Communication Guide for Malaria Control Interventions, 2015-2020
The goal of this guide is to provide a framework for guiding Malaria BCC actors and implementing partners in Tanzania for a well coordinated, and sustained quality communication for Malaria interventions.
The objectives of the guide are:
- To guide advocacy efforts aimed at political leaders, decision makers, private sector partners and community leaders in order to raise the profile of malaria and ensure increased resource allocation at all levels.
- To ensure consistent and standardized messages among all partners in malaria interventions.
- To provide a framework to guide the development and implementation of strategic, evidence-based Behavior Change Communication interventions.
- To create a platform and forum for BCC partners to harmonize and coordinate all malaria behavior change communication activities implemented by different partners in Tanzania mainland.
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