The Malaria Prevention Campaign, launched in Oromia Region of Ethiopia, recognized communities for taking specific actions to combat malaria. The focus of the campaign was around small, doable actions that families carry out to protect themselves against malaria.
Seven TV spots, directed to Ethiopian men, focus on a critical feeding practice and correlate good farming practices and good feeding practices through agrarian analogies. The aim is to create support for the actions and fulfill fathers' desire for smart, healthy, and strong children.
The study shows that youthfriendly service providers trained to provide IUDs and implants in a safe and competent way increases the probability that these long-acting methods will be adopted by youth.
A project by Population Media Center includes the production of radio programs in three languages (Amharic, Afar, and Somali):
This case study kit explores how program planners can use data to design smart interventions that shape a father's role in child health. The kit includes an introductory video, a literature review, and materials used in Ethiopia and Vietnam.
These posters are promotional materials for World AIDS Day (WAD) and HIV Testing and Counseling (HTC) Day in Ethiopia, which target the Ethiopian National Defense Force community, among others.
Journey of Life (JOL) is a radio serial drama designed to encourage young Ethiopians to protect themselves from HIV/AIDS and unwanted pregnancies. The radio drama was developed to combat HIV/AIDS and the dangers of overpopulation among 15-30 year olds.
The overall purposes of the radio drama were: