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November 14, 2016

NEW: What keeps you up at night with worry about your work?

* Why is it so difficult for others to understand the value of what I do? * Are we making a long-term difference? * Where will the money come from? * On no, not another strategic review or...

March 9, 2016

Promotion of Girls' Education (PROGE)

Promotion of Girls' Education (PROGE) was an initiative to improve retention and transition rates for marginalised girls in Malawi by increasing their access to education and engaging communities...

March 9, 2016

Ending Child Marriage in Ethiopia: Shaping/Redefining Communication for Development Actions Based on Lessons Learned from Global and Ethiopian Evidence

"By focusing on increasing female teachers and supporting girls' completion of primary school (or more years of schooling) I believe we could play a catalytic role in changing the perception of...

March 4, 2016

New Masculinity and Family Planning: A Gender Transformative Approach to SBCC in Rural Guatemala

"SBCC contributes by creating enabling environments that help individuals, health providers, leaders and communities to start a conversation, analyze the information, challenge their own beliefs and...

March 4, 2016

Involvement of Boys through Interactive BCC/IEC to Enhance Adolescent and Sexual Reproductive Health in Northern Uganda

The Communication for Development Foundation Uganda (CDFU) engaged in a project in the Lira and Alebtong districts of Uganda to involve boys in sexual and reproductive health (SRH) through the use of...

March 3, 2016

Communication for Transformation: Action Media - Global Experiences and Practice

The action media methodology, developed in the 1990s to inform HIV communication between youth in South Africa, has since been reiterated and applied to many countries, diverse audiences, and a range...

March 3, 2016

Communication for Transformation: Action Media - Global Experiences and Practice

The action media methodology, developed in the 1990s to inform HIV communication between youth in South Africa, has since been reiterated and applied to many countries, diverse audiences, and a range...

March 3, 2016

Use of Mobile Phones to Conduct Interactive, Theory-Based Research on Social and Behavior Change Communication in Communities Affected by Ebola

In a presentation titled "How SMS-Based Surveys Were Used in the Rapid Response to the Ebola Outbreak in Liberia: Potential for Future Applications", given with Maria Elena Figueroa, Amanda Berman...

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