Sharing the Land (STL) is an initiative under the Integrated Research Institute (IRI) at the Université Chrétienne Bilingue du Congo (UCBC) based in Beni, North Kivu, in DR Congo. STL started in January 2015 in partnership with Texas A&M University’s Center on Conflict and Development via USAID’s Higher Education Solutions Network.
Congo, Democratic Republic
The goal of this framework is to provide an overview of how Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) resources and activities need to be prepared for across different response pillars among provinces and countries neighbouring North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo.
This document is intended to be used to guide risk communication and community engagement (RCCE) work which is central to stopping the outbreak and preventing its further amplification.
Batela Lobi Na Yo, meaning “Protect Your Future” in the language of Lingala, the local language in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The campaign was designed to inspire and inform young people on how to own their sexual health, and to provide them with new information that highlighted the existence—and efficacy—of contraception.
Uishe na Upende (Live and Love) is a 20-minute weekly radio magazine program produced in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) by Search for Common Ground (SFCG). The program is in Swahili and geared to youth between ages 15 and 25.
This is a radio program, broadcast in Swahili in DRC, that highlights misinformation, rumors, and prejudice concerning HIV and AIDS.
This is a 20-minute weekly radio magazine program produced in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) by Search for Common Ground (SFCG). The program is in Swahili and geared to youth between ages 15 and 25. Topics include sexuality, gender, prevention of sexual and gender-based violence, and how to have safe, loving relationships.
These are two reality television programs, 30 minutes each in French and Lingala, on aspects of HIV and AIDS geared toward youth under age 30 in the DRC.
The module orients journalist to the importance of behavior change as part of health messages, how to write a good broadcast plan for a donor, and how to document and evaluate the broadcasts of different programs.