Entries by Abolade Oladejo | Documentation Innovation Specialist | HC3 Nigeria Project

TV Drama Reinforces Positive Malaria Care-Seeking Behaviors in Focused Community Dialogues

Newman Street is an entertainment-education, serial TV drama that follows the life of individuals who inhabit the city streets of Nigeria. In telling their stories and depicting “life as it is,” the show shares life-saving malaria and family planning information with its audiences. Until recently, Nigerians could only watch Newman Street by tuning into their […]

How Interpersonal Communication is Saving Lives

For those us working in social and behavior change communication (SBCC), we have seen time and time again that access to care, products, or services does not necessarily translate to their use. We know that access alone cannot overcome the many factors such as family, custom, community, media and/or religion that influence an individual’s behavior. […]

Inspiring a Future Generation of Malaria Advocates

On the 25th April 2016 in Lafia, Nasarawa State, Northwestern Nigeria, HC3 Nigeria joined in the global commemoration of World Malaria Day.  A meeting was held with the next generation of malaria leaders, the students of Government Secondary School in Tudun Amba, Nasarawa State. The aim was to educate young people about malaria and motivate […]

Volunteers on the Frontlines of the Fight Against Malaria

World Malaria Day is a time when the global community comes together around the theme of ending malaria for good. In honor of World Malaria Day 2016, we would like to shine a spotlight on those invaluable, but often unsung heroes working on the “frontlines” of malaria eradication in Nigeria as part of the HC3 Nigeria Malaria […]