Entries by Cori Fordham | HC3 Program Specialist

World Malaria Day 2016

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 […]

Using SBCC to End Malaria for Good

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 Manuel de mise en œuvre de la CCSC mobilise les experts pour examiner comment mieux servir la SSR des jeunes en milieu urbain

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).

The #SBCCSummit is Just What the Malaria SBCC Community Needs

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 […]

Continuing the Discussion on Using Household Surveys to Improve Malaria SBCC

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 […]

New Trending Topic in Health COMpass: Using Household Surveys to Inform Malaria SBCC

Malaria is an entirely preventable and treatable disease. Yet, despite the availability of accurate tests and effective treatment, there were approximately 198 million malaria cases of malaria and 584,000 deaths in 2013 alone. It is clear that reducing the global burden of malaria requires comprehensive malaria strategies that go beyond clinical solutions, and also address […]