GoodLife Ghana Activity Cards
These activity cards are part of a Community Action Kit used in the GoodLife Ghana Project.
GoodLife Ghana was part of the Behavior Change Support (BCS) Project, and was conducted from September 2009 to September 2013. It was designed to assist Ghana Health Services by addressing five key health areas: Family Planning, Maternal and Child Health, Malaria, Nutrition and Water and Sanitation.
The activity cards are designed to be used with the Kwame and Friends Community Action Kit, and walk the user through the various activities included in that kit. Each activity card includes information aobut the purpose of the activity, the materials needed, the types of participants needed, and a step by step description of the activity.
Some examples of the activities: walk-abouts, informal discussions, ice-breakers, mapping, essay writing, and giving health talks.
was part of the BCS Project, running from September 2009 to September 2013 and was designed to assist Ghana Health Services. It was designed to address five key health areas: Family Planning, Maternal and Child Health, Malaria, Nutrition and Water and Sanitation. – See more at: /sbcc-spotlights/living-goodlife-ghana#sthash.QGFVRoZT.dpuf
Source: Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs, Family Health Division of the Ghana Health Service
Date of Publication: March 25, 2019
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