Springboard Zambia launched on May 11, 2017, with approximately 40 people in attendance from 24 different organizations representing the government, donors and civil society.
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About Jenna Groman | Program Manager | NetHope
Jenna Groman joins HC3 from NetHope, providing technical assistance to HC3’s ICT and Innovation projects. In this role, Jenna is responsible for managing and cultivating Springboard community engagement. Jenna offers more than 10 years of both domestic and international public health, humanitarian assistance, and disaster response experience. She holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and an M.A. in Economics focused on International Development from Boston University.
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In this time of local ownership and scaled-back resources, it is imperative that organizational performance be linked with organizational sustainability. Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) partner Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has been conducting a series of assessments to understand the specific areas in which social and behavior change communication (SBCC)-centered organizations exhibit strengths and […]
A recent Innovation Webinar on Data Visualization explored how data visualization can be used to convey compelling evidence that influences behavior change and improves program performance by presenting data in ways that are both visually appealing and easy to understand. Examples of programs that have used data visualization as a communication tool were highlighted throughout […]
The latest in the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative’s Innovation Webinar series focused on using data visualization to advance global health.
With a theme of “Harnessing Digital Health Innovations,” the third annual Global Digital Health Forum held December 2016 was designed to highlight the growth seen in digital health over the last several years and look towards the future of digital health.
The latest in the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative Innovation webinar series focused on real-time activity monitoring and reporting.
Join the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative on December 7 at 9am EST for a webinar on real-time activity monitoring and reporting technologies.
This year’s NetHope Summit, with the theme, “The Digital NGO: Turn Intent Into Action,” focused on disruptive technologies and the opportunities and challenges they present to improving global health.
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP), EngenderHealth, Georgetown University Institute for Reproductive Health and Marie Stopes International to explore the gender-related barriers to uptake of vasectomy among men and couples.
Join BBC Media Action and JHU CCP Oct 25-27 on Springboard to explore ‘what’s new’ in traditional approaches to health communication practice.
“Online communities are really everywhere,” pointed out Todd Nilson of FeverBee during the recent HC3 Innovation Webinar on Online Communities of Practice. The Innovation Webinar Series highlights and examines cutting-edge applications of digital technology to advance global health. As the Head of Consultancy for FeverBee, Todd specializes in the planning and implementation of online communities […]
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