HC3 Landscaping Summary Report on Zika Coordination and Communication in Four Countries: Honduras, El Salvador, Dominican Republic and Guatemala

Zika-Landscaping-Report-thumbfinal In response to a United States Agency for International Development (USAID) request, the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) – based at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) – conducted a social and behavior change communication (SBCC) landscape for Zika in March and April 2016 in four Central American countries: Honduras, El Salvador, Dominican Republic and Guatemala.

Over the course of one week in each country, HC3 teams met stakeholders from the public, non- governmental organizations (NGOs) and private sectors. The visit to Honduras took place in mid-March, while the visits to El Salvador, Dominican Republic and Guatemala took place after Holy week in April. These interviews were not exhaustive of every single group involved in Zika control, but rather representative of the main stakeholders. Despite the rapid pace of the visits, a picture of the Zika situation emerged. This report is the culmination of that landscaping exercise.

 

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Honduras Report

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El Salvador Report

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  1. […] countries: Honduras, El Salvador, Dominican Republic and Guatemala. The resulting report provides a snapshot of the current Zika situation and local response, an important step to creating effective SBCC […]

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