This 13-episode Nigerian reality radio program incorporates different interactive elements, such as interviews, discussions, vox pop, testimonials and expert opinions to engage audiences on malaria-related topics. The English version is titled Play Your Part while the Hausa version is titled Taka Naka Rawan.
These serves a dual purpose of job aids for service providers and reminder materials for clients. It has uniform messages per thematic area but are state-specific with images that resonates with cultural and religious leanings in by state.
The thematic categories covered are:
These are counseling and point of care materials developed for health facility providers and Proprietary Patent Medicine Vendors (PPMV) on adherence to Rapid Diagnotic Test (RDT) for malaria results.
This is a flipchart designed to aid Community Volunteers (CVs) in facilitating discussions around malaria appropriate behaviors during community dialogue sessions. There are versions for Nasarawa, Benue, Akwa Ibom, Kebbi & Zamfara. It includes information about:
This March 16, 2017 webinar included presenters from the Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) and HC3. Presenters described current efforts to improve the prevention and treatment of malaria in pregnancy (MiP) that focus on service providers, pregnant women and those who influence both groups.
The burden of malaria has dropped significantly in the last 10 ten years. It is unfortunate that this completely preventable disease continues to exist at all, particularly among pregnant women, where malaria can have extreme consequences on both maternal and fetal outcomes.
This Implementation Kit (I-Kit) was developed to help social and behavior change communication (SBCC) and malaria in pregnancy (MiP) program managers and stakeholders address identified gaps and improve SBCC strategies and interventions for MiP, especially those interventions that target healthcare workers.
This communication strategy targets specific barriers to malaria treatment-seeking and net use, and seeks to address or remove them for the purpose of increasing LLIN use, IPTp and prompt malaria treatment to 80% from the current baseline.
On January 23, 2015 members of Nigeria's National Malaria Elimination Program (NMEP) and its Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilisation Committee (ACSM) met with partners to collectively finalize a harmonized malaria social and behavior change communication (SBCC) strategy.