Health Communications

Health communication is an impactful mechanism for health information exchange between senders and receivers; that is, between the government institutions/organization and people. Communication can lead to behavior changes in the community.


With the philosophy ‘Information is power”, the Health Communications Unit plays an important role in creating health education tools, guidelines and strategies for communicating information to the public to ensure behavior changes.

What the Unit Does

The health communication unit has an important role in developing social behavior change communication (SBCC) guidelines which is an important resource for health officials and NGO partners for implementing their SBC strategies and programs. We also produce and distribute health educational materials as well as provide capacity building to on IEC production and use to health officials and communities. In addition, the Unit has a monitoring and evaluation function which contributes to the improvement of distribution and the use of materials, as well as the future design of materials.

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