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The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative
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Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) is a five-year, global project funded by USAID.
Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) is a five-year, global project funded by USAID.

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World Malaria Day: A Call to Act; @PMIgov

The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) has dedicated itself to improving the effectiveness of SBCC programs by ensuring implementers have the tools to be as efficient as possible in the quest for universal adoption of malaria prevention and…

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Using Mobile Phones to Empower Smart Clients of Family Planning Services by @cloehr

Profile of the Smart Client tool, which uses interactive voice response to deliver a fictional drama, personal stories and examples of “smart client” dialogues over a series of 17 calls, along with supporting short message service reminders to build…

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Working with Traditional Leaders; Discussion April 25-27 on Springboard for Health Communication

Join HC3 April 25-27, 2017 for a discussion on Springboard to talk about some of the work that HC3 has done with traditional leaders in Swaziland. We welcome you to share your own experiences of working within traditional leadership structures.

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'I Was About to Stop Using Condoms.' Story of Super Go- equipping young girls to make good decisions at critical moments in their lives.

Super Go is a program financed by USAID and PEPFAR through the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative that, through workshops four meetings long, encourages young girls who are not yet sexually active to delay their sexual debut as long as possible…

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Super GO est un programme de communication pour le changement de comportement mis en œuvre par le centre des programmes de communication Johns Hopkins depuis 2009. Financé par l’USAID/PEPFAR, il est mis en œuvre depuis 2014 sur le projet HC3.

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The presence of the boys, far from putting a damper on participation as was feared, brought a special atmosphere to the meeting and sparked a lively interest among all the participants.

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Let’s make some PROGRES! Achieving Sustainability and Resilience through Organizational Assessment, Join discussion w/ @MSHHealthImpact ‏

In this time of local ownership and scaled-back resources, it is imperative that organizational performance be linked with organizational sustainability. Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) partner Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has…

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Developing a Thriving Ecosystem for Data Visualization @abmakulec ‏@JSIHealth @jennagroman @NetHope_org ‏#DataViz

A recent Innovation Webinar on Data Visualization explored how data visualization can be used to convey compelling evidence that influences behavior change and improves program performance by presenting data in ways that are both visually appealing and…

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Hidden in Plain Sight: Strengthening Social and Behavior Change Systems

Insights into developing a model describing the key elements of social and behavior change capacity strengthening.

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Mobile App in Nepal Helps Adolescents Access Credible Information on Sexual and Reproductive Health

In Nepal, a first of its kind mobile app fulfills a desire for knowledge created by a shift in cultural norms related to youth sexual and reproductive health.
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