How might we capture young people’s real stories and everyday experiences with contraception in a way that helps decision-making?
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About Cori Fordham | HC3 Program Officer I
Cori Fordham is a Malaria and Family Planning Program Specialist for HC3. She is a public health professional with experience in program development, implementation, evaluation, and research. Prior to joining the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs and the HC3 project, Cori served as a Global Health Corps Fellow in Burundi. She also completed a Master of Public Health from the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill. While at UNC, she worked as a graduate research assistant on a project to improve maternal referrals in rural Ghana, conducted a statewide assessment of injury and violence prevention activities in North Carolina, and provided technical support to a mobile health promotion project in India.
Entries by Cori Fordham | HC3 Program Officer I
A practical, evidence-based guide to support program managers create strategies to strategies for this new field of malaria SBCC.
Join a webinar on November 2 to learn how to develop and implement SBCC strategies to address issues of poor quality malaria medicine.
One of the defining features of the recent Women Deliver conference was the spotlight on youth leaders from around the world.
I had the pleasure of going to Copenhagen to attend the 2016 Women Deliver Conference – an international rallying cry to put women’s and girls’ needs at the heart of the sustainable development goals (SDGs).
Today, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, private sector partners, service providers and members of the global community come together to rally around World Malaria Day 2016 and its theme of ending malaria for good. Fortunately, we have a lot to celebrate – our collective work prioritizing malaria and scaling up proven interventions has resulted in a […]
Monday April 25th marks World Malaria Day, a day in which the global community comes together around the theme “End Malaria for Good.” To continue with our 2016 World Malaria Day blog series, I interviewed to Anna McCartney-Melstad, Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) Nigeria Chief of Party and Roll Back Malaria Communication Community of Practice […]
Le projet Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) vient de lancer la version francophone de son manuel de mise en œuvre pour la communication pour le changement social et comportemental (CCSC) de la santé sexuelle et reproductive (SSR) destinée aux adolescents en milieu urbain (le Manuel).
Malaria is both a preventable and treatable illness, yet it remains one of the world’s leading causes of death and disease. Effectively treating malaria requires a strategy that goes beyond clinical approaches and addresses the knowledge, attitudes and social norms that prevent populations from using available prevention and treatment options. As the first day of the International […]
Play Your Part is the national malaria theme song of Nigeria’s Malaria Elimination Program (NMEP), sung by the Nigerian superstar musician 2face Idibia.
Household surveys are key tools for health practitioners and social behavior change communication (SBCC) specialists. The information they provide can help us to create relevant and tailored SBCC campaigns, identify priority populations and global trends and strengthen the evidence base for the impact of malaria SBCC. For the April 23 webinar on Using Household Surveys […]
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- A Unique Angle in Addressing the Gap between Healthcare Workers and ClientsAugust 9, 2017 - 3:03 pm
- Promoting Sexual and Reproductive Health Products and Services for MenAugust 4, 2017 - 1:36 pm
- New Tool to Aid in Integrated SBCC ProgramsAugust 1, 2017 - 8:31 am
- HC3 Emergency Communication Tools Shared with West African Countries Fighting Multiple Disease OutbreaksJuly 14, 2017 - 4:05 pm
- Making Smart Choices Easy: Incorporating Behavioral Economics into a National Campaign in NepalJuly 7, 2017 - 2:56 pm