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Bingwa Magazine

Bingwa Magazine
Published since 2009, Bingwa magazine for children is intended to be a source of information, advice, and fun for children aged 9-14. It also offers a space for children to speak up and be heard, with a particular focus on fighting corruption and ...
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Black Gold (Ouro Negro) Radio Drama

Black Gold (Ouro Negro) Radio Drama
Black Gold (Ouro Negro) is a serial radio drama in Mozambique designed to raise awareness around improving children's health and development. The drama, which is being broadcast nationally in 2015, uses an entertainment-education approach to ...
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Children Lead the Way (CLW)

Children Lead the Way (CLW)
Launched in 2011, Save the Children's 5-year Children Lead the Way (CLW) programme aims to secure the rights of girls and boys to protection, education, and survival in Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Kenya, Nicaragua, and Peru. CLW works to promote the ...
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Defeating Malaria: From the Genes to the Globe

Defeating Malaria: From the Genes to the Globe
Defeating Malaria: From the Genes to the Globe draws on various communication strategies and tools in an effort to produce, transmit, and translate knowledge to support the control and ultimate eradication of malaria around the world. Led by the ...
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TELLME - Transparent communication in Epidemics: Learning Lessons from ...

TELLME - Transparent communication in Epidemics: Learning Lessons from experience, delivering effective Messages, providing Evidence
Culminating at a December 2014 conference, TELLME was a 36-month collaborative project that sought to provide evidence and to develop models for improved risk communication during infectious disease crises around the world. The TELLME project ...
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Meningitis Vaccine Project (MVP)

Meningitis Vaccine Project (MVP)
"There is no point in having a vaccine if you cannot roll it out. This is a story for donors, who increasingly need to know that the money which is going into developing countries is actually having an impact, and this is a very good example of ...
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Floating Education and Health Centre Bangladesh

Floating Education and Health Centre Bangladesh
During the monsoon season (June to October), in some flood-prone communities in Bangladesh, children cannot attend school, and communities cannot access healthcare facilities when their villages are cut off from mainland services by flooding. Two ...
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Vojo Brazil: Amplifying Quilombola Voices through Mobile Phones

Vojo Brazil: Amplifying Quilombola Voices through Mobile Phones
In October 2013, a training in Salvador, Brazil, introducing a multimedia technology called Vojo, was presented to 20 youth in a quilombo community (a settlement of people originally of African origin), Ilha de Maré, which has no internet access. ...
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Hathipaon Mukt Bharat (Filaria Free India)

Hathipaon Mukt Bharat (Filaria Free India)
Certified polio-free in 2014, India turned its attention to another public health challenge: the elimination of lymphatic filariasis (also called filaria or elephantiasis - "Hathipaon" in colloquial Hindi), which is a neglected tropical disease ...
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I Survived Ebola Multi-media Campaign

I Survived Ebola Multi-media Campaign
Launched in December 2014, the I Survived Ebola campaign is using personal stories and experiences told by Ebola survivors in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea "to inform, protect, and spread hope" while also countering stigma and discrimination. ...
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Deutsche Welle Ebola Special: Radio Series

Deutsche Welle Ebola Special: Radio Series
Deutsche Welle produced and broadcast an 8-part radio series on Ebola for listeners in Africa, which started broadcasting in November 2014 - initially in English, followed by programmes in four regional languages. Focusing on listeners in West ...
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Ebola Comic Strip Project

Ebola Comic Strip Project
In August 2014, a group of youth aged 16 to 21 participated in a comic drawing workshop in the Northern Region of Ghana. During the workshop, Ebola emerged as a priority issue, and the young people, guided by facilitators, created comic strip ...
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Chala Skul Ku Jiba (Let Us Go to School)

Chala Skul Ku Jiba (Let Us Go to School)
Launched by the community radio FM station Radio Namaskar in Puri District, Odisha, India, in July 2010, Chala Skul Ku Jiba (Let Us Go to School) was a multi-media behaviour change initiative that sought to mobilise school dropouts to go back to ...
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Children for Health

Children for Health
Children for Health is "dedicated to the promotion of health education in developing countries, focused on developing children as ambassadors and communicators of essential health messages in their communities." The United Kingdom (UK)-based ...
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Newman Street Television Programme

Newman Street Television Programme
Launched in October 2014, Newman Street is an entertainment-education television series in Nigeria promoting family planning and malaria-prevention practices. Set in a vibrant urban slum in Nigeria, the story is a "tale of the quest for fame, ...
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Fighting Ebola: A Grand Challenge for Development

Fighting Ebola: A Grand Challenge for Development
Launched in September 2014, the Fighting Ebola: A Grand Challenge for Development initiative is an online initiative that is designed to pool ideas, innovations, and strategies to provide solutions for fighting the Ebola virus outbreak in West ...
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Kyunki...Jeena Issi Ka Naam Hai

Kyunki...Jeena Issi Ka Naam Hai
"Promoting messages that encourage positive behavior change, be it awareness about HIV/AIDS, educating the girl child, gender equity, safe motherhood, hygiene and sanitation or other key social and health behaviors, Kyunki...is proving to be a ...
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Zinc and Health Partnership

Zinc and Health Partnership
The Zinc & Health Partnership, a programme of Teck, a diversified resource company focused on mining, works with international organisations to scale up both short-term and long-term solutions to zinc deficiency. It seeks to get "zinc into ...
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Children and the Media Project

Children and the Media Project
Launched in 2014 across Southern Africa, the Children and the Media Project is working to provide spaces and opportunities for children to engage with and produce media, as well as to sensitise journalists and media houses about children's rights ...
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Hear Our Voices from Because I am a Girl

Hear Our Voices from Because I am a Girl
"Thousands of girls claim they are embarrassed and ashamed to express the everyday injustices and threats of sexual violence they face, in 'Hear Our Voices' - one of the largest studies of adolescent girls’ rights of its kind."  
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Nal'ibali "Story Power. Bring It Home" Billboard Campaign

Nal'ibali "Story Power. Bring It Home" Billboard Campaign
In October 2014 Nal'ibali launched a billboard campaign in South Africa to "generate awareness and discussion around the power of stories to spark all children’s potential...the campaign seeks to inspire and motivate parents and caregivers to ...
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Feed the Future Malawi Behaviour Change Communication Campaign

Feed the Future Malawi Behaviour Change Communication Campaign
As part of the Feed the Future initiative in Malawi, Pakachere Institute of Health and Development Communication (IHDC) is undertaking social and behaviour change communication (SBCC) strategies to "promote small 'doable', culturally appropriate ...
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Wize Up Television Talk Show - Zimbabwe

Wize Up Television Talk Show - Zimbabwe
Developed by Action Institute for Environment, Health and Development Communication (IEHDC), this 13-part half-hour television talk show seeks to reach young people (age 15-24 years) in urban and rural areas of Zimbabwe in order to create ...
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Maternal Heath Channel

Maternal Heath Channel
Launched in February 2013, the Maternal Health Channel is a television and radio series that is part drama, part documentary, and part discussion, designed to improve maternal health in Ghana. Produced by Creative Storm Networks, the project ...
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ICT-Enhanced Advocacy: Mobilising Communities Around Children’s Rights

ICT-Enhanced Advocacy: Mobilising Communities Around Children’s Rights
Launched in July 2014, the ICT-Enhanced Advocacy: Mobilising Communities Around Children's Rights project is using SMS (text messaging) to mobilise communities in Malawi around issues affecting children's rights and education. The initiative is ...
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Trial of Zinc for Childhood Diarrhoea in Guatemala

Trial of Zinc for Childhood Diarrhoea in Guatemala
To demonstrate the effectiveness of zinc treatment in reducing child mortality, the Micronutrient Initiative piloted a programme in 2007 in three districts of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, to add zinc as a mineral supplement recommended for children ...
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Towards Economic and Sexual Reproductive Health Outcomes for Adolescent ...

Towards Economic and Sexual Reproductive Health Outcomes for Adolescent Girls (TESFA)
Launched in 2010, the Towards Economic and Sexual Reproductive Health Outcomes for Adolescent Girls (TESFA) project was designed to improve the lives of child brides ages 10 to 19 in Ethiopia's rural Amhara region by empowering them with ...
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Dhibcaha Nolosha (Drops for Life)

Dhibcaha Nolosha (Drops for Life)
Dhibcaha Nolosha (Drops for Life) is a radio show that aims to improve understanding about polio and challenge negative attitudes towards vaccination. Created in response to a polio outbreak in Somalia that started in May 2013 (a country with no ...
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Vamos Ler! Children's Radio Programmes

Vamos Ler! Children's Radio Programmes
Launched in March 2014, Vamos Ler ("Let's Read" in Portuguese) is a 15-part children's radio programme designed to encourage primary school aged children in Mozambique to read, while also building the capacity of teachers and caregivers to ...
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2014 Global Female Condom Day Dance4Demand

2014 Global Female Condom Day Dance4Demand
"I danced today to demand the female condom so women can control their sexual health...and have access to the female condom worldwide." As part of the third annual Global Female Condom Day (GFCD), September 16 2014, this social media campaign is ...
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Radyo Bakdaw ("Rise")

Radyo Bakdaw ("Rise")
"Radyo Bakdaw has helped bring a sense of normality back to the lives of many in the Guiuan area by bringing the community together to take part in events such as the much loved kareoke sessions." When typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines on ...
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Projecting Health

Projecting Health
"When communities drive their own messaging, they magnify the power of persuasion among their peers, accelerating the adoption of healthier behaviors that can save the lives of women and children."
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Selfies 4 School

Selfies 4 School
From the global human rights organisation Breakthrough, this information and communication technology (ICT) campaign asks people around the world to share their selfie (a self-portrait photograph, typically taken with a hand-held digital camera ...
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Aiisseee! (I Say!) Radio Relationship Game Show

Aiisseee! (I Say!) Radio Relationship Game Show
Launched in January 2014, Aiisseee! (I Say!) is a radio-based game show in Tanzania designed to improve couple communication and promote couple connectedness by giving contestants and listeners the chance to discuss serious relationship issues in ...
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Helping Women Get Online (HWGO) Project

Helping Women Get Online (HWGO) Project
"[D]igitally literate women can bring about a lot of change in culture, thinking and social welfare." Through collaboration between Google and the Digital Empowerment Foundation (DEF), amongst other partners (see below),  with training ...
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Lifeline Programming: Communication with Crisis-affected People

Lifeline Programming: Communication with Crisis-affected People
This BBC Media Action programme provides vulnerable communities with information on emergency services and advice on living amidst disaster and working towards recovery. It is a two-way communication programme, also aiming to give affected people ...
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Indignadas (Outraged Women)

Indignadas (Outraged Women)
This art exhibit by María María Acha-Kutscher is one of the projects of the Power section of the online exhibition: Imagining Equality, launched by International Museum of Women. The presentation of  María María's art is described by the ...
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Leap of Faith

Leap of Faith
"Hundreds of Pakistani labourers have been shown a short film that hopes to show them the importance of polio vaccinations." Image Nation Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emerites (UAE), developed a film- and radio-based campaign running from June to ...
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Family Health Map: Immunisation Chart

Family Health Map: Immunisation Chart
"Child health records help ensure every child receives the vaccines they need to live a healthy and productive life. However, many health records are lost or destroyed, not accurately maintained, or are simply too confusing to read."
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My Rights, My Voice (MRMV)

My Rights, My Voice (MRMV)
This 3-year programme aims to engage marginalised children and youth in their rights to health and education services in 8 countries: Afghanistan, Georgia, Mali, Nepal, Niger, Pakistan, Tanzania, and Viet Nam. Activities in each country are ...
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Soul City Television Series 12

Soul City Television Series 12
Produced by the Soul City Institute for Health and Development Communication, the twelfth series of the edutainment drama series "Soul City" premiered in July 2014. Comprising 26 half-hour episodes, the series is based around a community clinic ...
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Boda Boda Talk Talk

Boda Boda Talk Talk
Produced by Internews Humanitarian Information Service in South Sudan, Boda Boda Talk Talk (BBTT) is a recorded audio service which seeks to provide life-saving and life-enhancing information to people displaced by the conflict at two of the ...
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Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries (ODDC)

Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries (ODDC)
"The open data movement holds out the promise of improving transparency, accountability, citizen participation and economic opportunity across developing countries...Nevertheless, it is not yet clear if open data initiatives are truly delivering ...
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Giving Youth a Voice: Bangladesh Youth Survey

Giving Youth a Voice: Bangladesh Youth Survey
"From a governance and policy angle, youth is certainly a most crucial and critical phase of life. It implies a new social generation which needs to be integrated into society as citizens, knowing about their rights and duties."
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Give Stigma the Index Finger Project

Give Stigma the Index Finger Project
Give Stigma the Index Finger project, running from 2011 to 2014 in Mozambique, Ethiopia, and Swaziland, aims to increase understanding of HIV stigma by empowering men and women living with HIV to take an active part in research and resulting ...
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Young Reporters' Network Tanzania

Young Reporters' Network Tanzania
Launched in 2011, the Mtandao wa Wanahabari Watoto Tanzania (Young Reporters' Network Tanzania) recruits and trains children in Tanzania to produce radio programmes exploring issues that are important to them and their peers, while also sharing ...
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OpenIDEO

OpenIDEO
"What tools, campaigns or services might we design to support habit changes that stick?" This is one question posed on OpenIDEO, an online platform launched in July 2010 in an effort to gather and connect thinkers around the world who want to ...
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East Los High

East Los High
"We wanted to create a place where kids could learn about sex ed and the countless other issues teens face these days," said the online series' executive producer Katie Elmore Mota. "But you can't talk down to them and you can't make them fall ...
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SMS Awareness Campaign to Prevent Ebola in Mali

SMS Awareness Campaign to Prevent Ebola in Mali
In September 2014, TTC and International Institute for Communication and Development (IICD) supported the Ministry of Health in Mali to undertake a two-week information and sensitisation campaign to prevent the spread of Ebola. Initiated in ...
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Yoga Fusion: Yoga in Action for Post-Conflict Reconciliation

Yoga Fusion: Yoga in Action for Post-Conflict Reconciliation
"Yoga Fusion explores the benefits at social level of individual paths of self awareness and recognition of 'the other' as an individual facing similar challenges as human being with a similar body, and similar but different limitations and ...
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