Participation Guide: Involving Those Directly Affected in Health and Development Communication Programs
This guide provides simple tips and tools to involve affected individuals and groups in the various stages of health and development communication programs. It provides examples of how to include those most marginalized that a health or development communication program is meant to empower.
These people could include low-income women of reproductive age, youth, orphans and vulnerable children, people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA), or staff from organizations working with affected individuals or groups.
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March 25, 2019