Six dynamic organizations came together to discuss their adaptation of the Demand Generation Implementation Kit for Underutilized, Life Saving Commodities (I-Kit) in their respective countries.
Author Archive for: Lindsey Leslie, MSPH | Program Specialist, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
About Lindsey Leslie, MSPH | Program Specialist, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Lindsey Leslie is a Program Specialist for the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs working on innovative SBCC programs that span multiple health topics. As a global health professional with over four years experience designing, planning and implementing multi-faceted public health interventions, Lindsey has lived and worked professionally in both Latin America and South Asia.
Entries by Lindsey Leslie, MSPH | Program Specialist, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Generating demand for underutilized commodities poses a challenge in any sector. But when low demand of the commodity in question is due to a lack of awareness or communication, and its short supply is a matter of life and death, how might interventions integrate information and communication technologies (ICT) to close the gap and help save lives? This […]
This webinar, to be held on March 9 at 9 am EST, will bring together technical experts in ICT and RMNCAH programming to share best practices and experiences in developing ICT approaches as independent programs or to strategically integrate them into existing programs where they complement RMNCAH program efforts and boost program outcomes.
The webinar, Transforming Gender Norms: Innovative Approaches to Working with Men and Boys for Better RMNCH, presented three comprehensive project examples for including men and boys in Reproductive Maternal Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) programming. Presenters included Jennifer Orkis MHS, from Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, who discussed how the “Aiisseeee!” campaign strategically used […]
Men and boys have the potential to play a pivotal role in promoting healthy behaviors in communities around the world. However, this segment of the population is largely absent from many reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCAH) interventions and communication strategies. In our upcoming webinar on “Transforming Gender Norms: Innovative Approaches to Working […]
This new animated video from the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) helps users navigate the wealth of information and resources available on the Demand Generation Implementation Kit for Under-Utilized, Life Saving Commodities. The implementation kit (I-Kit) is a step-by-step guide to developing communication strategies to increase demand for nine priority commodities ranging across the reproductive, maternal, newborn […]
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