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Health Communication Assessment of Ministries of Health and National AIDS Authorities in Six Countries

Publication Date: 
12/01/2012

 Health-Communication-Assessment-ReportThe C-Change project was tasked by USAID/Washington to carry out a rapid study to improve understanding of current health communication capacity in six developing countries: the DRC, Ethiopia, Kenya, Namibia, Nigeria, and South Africa. This assessment was designed to examine existing structures, practices and approaches for health communication that could lead to sustained health communication work in the selected countries. In addition, C-Change was further tasked to assess the graduate-level educational opportunities in health education available in these countries to staff these entities.The objective was to examine current structures, practices, and approaches in target countries that enable them to participate, undertake, and sustain health communication work for HIV/AIDS and reproductive health programming in the long term.

The results of this study can be found in the research report Health Communication Assessment of Ministries of Health and National AIDS Authorities in Six Countries. These results will feed into future USAID-supported work focused on strengthening in-country capacity to implement state-of-the-art health communication and ensure the sustainability of evidence-based behavior change programming.

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