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The straight talk campaign in Uganda : impact of mass media initiatives

ADAMCHK, Susan E.
et al
September 2007

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This summary report presents the findings of an evaluation of the Straight Talk mass media communication programmes to inform youth in Africa about sexual and reproductive health, which have been implemented in Uganda since 1993. The campaign was delivered through a radio show and two newspapers - one aimed at primary school children and one at secondary school students

Communicating for advocacy [whole issue]

HEALTH ACTION INFORMATION NETWORK (HAIN)
2004

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This issue of Health Alert was conceptualized as an offshoot of the Communicating for Advocacy (CfA) Project of Healthlink Worldwide together with its partner organisations in Asia, including HAIN-Philippines. It features articles showing the importance of advocacy in NGO activities to influence polices and advance their cause. It presents some of the basic concepts in advocacy and working with the media. It particularly features the advocacy work and experiences of some of the CfA partner organisations in Sri Lanka (advocacy project on rational drug use), Cambodia (use of radio and soap opera to promote SRH), Bangladesh (advocacy on disability issues) and the Philippines (advocacy project of the Save the Abra River Movement)

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