https://healthcommcapacity.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/TheSparkofChangeGuatemala.png 960 1152 Marla Shaivitz | HC3 Communications Associate https://healthcommcapacity.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/HC3logo285px.jpg Marla Shaivitz | HC3 Communications Associate2017-03-24 12:37:162017-03-24 12:37:16Using Entertainment-Education to Reduce Chronic Malnutrition in Guatemala
The communication campaign for the reduction of chronic malnutrition Juntos Prosperamos. Nos atrevemos. Avanzamos. (Together we prosper. We dare. We move forward.) was launched on February 26, in the Central Park of the Municipality of Nebaj, Quiche, Guatemala with the first broadcast of the radio program La Chispa del Cambio (The Spark of Change).
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For the past few months in Sierra Leone, this greeting…
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A newly released multimedia resource highlights three activities HC3 Swaziland has lead to help mitigate the effects of HIV in Swaziland.
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In support of the USAID’s Western Highlands Integrated Program (WHIP), HC3 designed a Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) strategy to change existing norms and key behaviors related to chronic malnutrition.
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The strategy aims to transform social norms and create a support network for the young family leading to behavior change and better health outcomes.
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The Smart Jeewan Mela (Smart Life Fair) held on February 2 in Tulsipur Dang drew a crowd of over 30,000 attendees for performances around the theme of family planning for making a smart life.
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The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) recently launched a national reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health (RMNCH) campaign called “Get Kol Art Pik Welbodi” – which translates from Krio to “get peace of mind, choose health” – to inspire Sierra Leone's communities to prioritize health for a more peaceful life.
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After more than a year, Nepal’s “Smart Couple” family…
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When community members gathered recently at the Warima Maternal…
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Newman Street is an entertainment-education, serial TV drama…
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Throughout the five phases of emergencies, knowledge management can be used to develop or improve systems for collecting, organizing and sharing tacit experiences and explicit resources. These systems can also be used to reinforce the foundations built to address the emergency and serve to broaden cooperation and collaboration and address related issues. In the event that a similar emergency occurs, a strengthened system can help ensure that related knowledge and resources are easily accessible and available.