Agenda for Radio Broadcasters Meeting – Bilharzia Campaign, Uganda
The Bilharzia Prevention Communication campaign was run in Uganda from 2017-2018. Part of the campaign involved broadcasting of radio talk shows, skits, and jingles to increase awareness of Bilharzia and to encourage the audience to take preventive measures, be aware of symptoms, and gain knowledge about treatment.
This agenda was created for a one-day meeting intended to orient and prepare the experts and radio presenters from radio stations involved in the campaign.
Source: Ministry of Health, Uganda
Date of Publication: March 25, 2019
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