In Malawi, the Moyo ndi Mpamba project implemented a Music4Life initiative, through which musical artists were engaged to produce and perform songs that incorporated health messages.
This document presents a unified strategy for communicating about six major health priority areas: malaria; maternal, neonatal and child health (MNCH); water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH); family planning (FP); HIV and AIDS; and nutrition.
SSDI-Communication engaged with Malawian music stars to produce this album of 15 songs that integrate messages about health, wellness, and the importance of taking care of oneslef and one's family.
This toolkit includes information, tools, materials, and reports from the Support for Service Delivery Integration (SSDI)-Communication project, implemented by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) and partners in Malawi from 2011-2016.
This survey was conducted to measure levels of predictors of positive health practices, particularly knowledge, self-efficacy, risk perceptions, and social normative perceptions in 15 districts in Malawi.
This qualitative study was conducted to gain insight into Malawian men’ and women’s perceptions of “health,” what factors enable and support positive health practices and what factors are considered barriers to good health practices and good health outcomes.
This communication strategy targets specific barriers to malaria treatment-seeking and net use, and seeks to address or remove them for the purpose of increasing LLIN use, IPTp and prompt malaria treatment to 80% from the current baseline.
SSDI-Communication and the Malawi Health Education Section (HES) launched the Media4Life initiative to deepen the relationship between the health and media sectors in Malawi in order to advance public health in Malawi.
This fact sheet explains the capacity strengthening initiative of the Moyo ndi Mpamba campaign. In this initiative, SSDI-Communication conducted a capacity mapping and assessment exercise to identify capacity gaps and needs.