SBCC Spotlights

Tékponon Jikuagou was developed as a response to persistent low rates of family planning uptake in Benin. Tékponon Jikuagou, which means “doing everything possible to prevent infant mortality” in the local language of Adja, aimed to reduce unmet need for family planning through social network interventions, thereby improving healthy timing and spacing of births .The six-year project (2010-2017) was developed by the Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University and managed in collaboration with Plan International and CARE.

Communication for Healthy Living (CHL) was the United States Agency for International Development in Egypt’s (USAID/Egypt) integrated social and behavior change communication activity, implemented from September 2003 to December 2010.

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HIV and AIDS

MTV Shuga

MTV Shuga is a multi-channel campaign focusing on positive sexual health messaging for young people ages 16-25. The central feature of the campaign is an award-winning TV series,  that has been aired in both Kenya and Nigeria, each for two seasons, and is currently being aired in South Africa for its fifth season. The show is viewable throughout Africa (and worldwide) via social media and other sources, and has to date reached an audience of over 720 million, with a social media reach of about 118 million.

Moyo ndi Mpamba, Usamalireni! (“Life is precious, take care of it!”) was an aspirational campaign that connected the idea of wellness to prosperity, and encouraged Malawians to  take steps to improve their own health and that of their families.

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Family Planning and Reproductive Health
Healthy Timing and Spacing

Smart Couple - Nepal

UPDATE May 4, 2017 - Programs Wins a Prestigious Award!

In Nepal, the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) is working to increase access to modern contraceptives among couples across the country.

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Family Planning and Reproductive Health
Gender
Gender Based Violence

Gender Roles, Equality and Transformation (GREAT) Project


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In 2011, after more than 20 years of civil strife, the people of northern Uganda faced considerable sexual and reproductive health challenges stemming from the massive disruption of services, internal displacement, and erosion of traditional social and family structures.

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Family Planning and Reproductive Health

Communities Take Action: Postabortion Care in Kenya

In Kenya, maternal health complications are a leading cause of morbidity among women. Kenya’s Rift Valley Province has consistently had the highest level of abortion-related outpatient morbidity in the country since at least 2003.

UPDATE - September 2016

As part of a U.K. aid-funded family planning project (“Project Ujjwal”) led by Palladium, Center for Communication Programs (CCP) developed an android-based app, called Gyan Jyoti, or “light of knowledge,” for use in the state of Bihar in India.

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Family Planning and Reproductive Health
Gender
HIV and AIDS

Aiisseee! (I Say!): A Game Show Promoting Couple Communication

Aiisseee! (“I Say!”) is a television and radio-based game show designed to improve couple communication and promote couple connectedness by giving contestants and listeners the chance to discuss serious relationship issues in a humorous way.

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Family Planning and Reproductive Health
Youth
Life Skills

‘Get it Together’ Social Mobilization: Nigeria

Nigerian women have an average of six children over the course of their lifetime and the national populationalready the largest in Africa

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