Webinar: Using ICT Approaches to Generate Demand for RMNCAH
This March 9, 2016 webinar highlights best practices and lessons learned from pioneering programs that used Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to generate demand for RMNCAH products and services. This is the second in a three-part webinar series that HC3 is hosting in support of the UN Commission on Life Saving Commodities with support from UNICEF and USAID. The series focuses on increasing demand for life-saving but underutilized reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCAH) commodities. The first webinar focused on integrating gender, in particular working with men and boys. The third webinar will be hosted later in 2016.
Available below are the presentations from the webinar:
- Larissa Jennings, PhD, MHS, Assistant Professor, Social and Behavioral Interventions, Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health [Presentation: Increasing Demand for Mobile Health Technologies to Improve Reproductive, Maternal, and Newborn Health: Insights from Low- and Middle-Income Countries]
- Marcha Bekker, Head of Business Development, and Matthew de Gale, MomConnect Product Manager, Praekelt Foundation [Presentation: MomConnect South Africa: What is MomConnect?]
- Durba Gogia, National Program Officer, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs India [Presentation: Gyan Jyoti: Empowering Community Health Workers with ‘The Light Of Knowledge’]
Click here for a recording of the webinar.
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