This national risk communication strategy document was developed in collaboration with One Health stakeholders in Cote d'Ivoire, with support from Breakthrough ACTION. It focuses on the country's five priority zoonotic diseases and has been structured according to the main phases of health threat management (preparation, response, and recovery).
This communication plan for rabies control responds to the recommendation that communication should be a major focus of the national integrated rabies control program in Côte d'Ivoire. It was designed under the leadership of the Direction des Services Vétérinaires and the National Institute of Public Health in collaboration with all actors involved in the implementation of the One Health approach, with the technical and financial support of Breakthrough ACTION in Côte d'Ivoire.
This message guide marks the beginning of a new stage in risk communication on identified priority zoonotic diseases; it contributes to preparedness and a harmonized response to major epidemic outbreaks in Guinea.
This is a study conducted in response to the recommendations of the joint external evaluation of the Ivorian health regulations implementation in December 2016. This mapping was done to begin to fill in the gaps in the coordination of risk communication of the actors and structures involved in this form of communication in Côte d'Ivoire.
The objectives of this study were to conduct a mapping of key actors involved in risk communication in Mali and to make recommendations for improving multisectoral and multidisciplinary coordination while taking into account the One Health approach. In addition, the study was designed to investigate the involvement and role played by the structures surveyed in the management of the Ebola virus disease epidemic that affected Mali in 2014. The study was carried out by Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) through the Breakthrough ACTION project.
This technical report from a 2021 study on rural sanitation in Lofa and Nimba Counties was conducted by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs and Save the Children.
The objectives of the study were to:
This technical report from a 2021 study on peri-urban water access, quality, and use in Montserrado county was conducted by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Communications Programs and Save the Children.
Social and behavior change (SBC) programming is considered an essential part of malaria prevention and treatment interventions, yet gaps in information on the cost and impact of SBC mean decision-makers have underappreciated the value of SBC for contributing to improved health outcomes.
Social and behavior change (SBC) programming is considered an essential part of malaria prevention and treatment interventions, yet gaps in information on the cost and impact of SBC mean that decision-makers have underappreciated the value of SBC for contributing to improved health outcomes.
This brief provides rigorous evidence-based insights to social and behavior change (SBC) program implementers and researchers seeking to improve health-related knowledge, attitudes, norms, and behaviors of married female adolescents.