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The strategy aims to transform social norms and create a support network for the young family leading to behavior change and better health outcomes.
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Healthy babies, healthy moms, healthy families – for couples, these are priorities. The latest Health COMpass Trending Topic offers a wide selection of tools and project examples for SBCC professionals working in the Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancies (HTSP).
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The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) has published…
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More than 125 students, faculty and staff attended the Springboard for Health Communication event at Modern Sciences and Art University in Cairo, Egypt.
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For four days in May 2016, more than 40 experts in SBCC and Social Marketing -representing 11 local NGOs from Africa, Asia and South America, INGOs and donors - gathered together in Washington, D.C., to identify factors most likely to enable the success and sustainability of local SBCC and social marketing organizations and to determine how local NGOs, INGOs and donors can work together most effectively to assure the success and sustainability of local NGOs working in these fields.
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Moyo ndi Mpamba, Usamalireni! (“Life is precious, take care of it!”) was an aspirational campaign that connected the idea of wellness to prosperity, and encouraged Malawians to take steps to improve their own health and that of their families.
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A two-day stakeholder workshop – co-led by HC3’s Zika team…
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Since their release, 20 organizations in 19 countries have asked to use the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative's long-acting reversible contraceptive materials in their work.
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The Smart Jeewan Mela (Smart Life Fair) held on February 2 in Tulsipur Dang drew a crowd of over 30,000 attendees for performances around the theme of family planning for making a smart life.
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The webinar highlighted the essential relationship health systems and communities must have to prepare for, respond to and recover from an emergency.
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In a participatory process that lasted five days, central and district level health promotion officers, national malaria control program personnel, national and international partners took part in a workshop that focused on prioritizing behaviors and then using available data and experience to determine root causes of these behaviors and the most likely means with which to influence each.