Health projects

Social and Behavioral Change Communication for malaria prevention and treatment (July – December 2020).

Sub granted to CRECCOM by Management Services for Health. Goal: To prevent malaria deaths Objectives: To create demand, through awareness, for malaria prevention and treatment To build the capacity of government and community stakeholders on how to manage malaria prevention and treatment information To monitor and document lessons and success stories for ripple effect Districts: Mchinji and Lilongwe (4 Traditional Authorities each)
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ADOLESCENT GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN (AGYW)

CRECCOM in partnership with Dignitas International is implementing AGYW project in Chikwawa district with support from Action Aid Malawi. The project is part of the TB/HIV programme of the Global Fund. The goal of the project is to reduce HIV incidences amongst girls aged 10 to 24. The project has three objective which are: to increase awareness of adolescent girls and young women in HIV and AIDS; to reduce school dropout rate; and to educed incidences of Gender Based Violence (GBV). HIV & AIDS Information; SRH Services; Life Skills Education; GBV Screening; and Referral to Support Servi...
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Health Communication for Life (HC4L)

Health Communication for Life (HC4L)
Health Communication for Life (HC4L) is a five-year USAID Malawi funded project (September 2016 — September 2021), aimed at contributing to the health status of all Malawians by facilitating improvement of health-seeking practices, strengthen social and behavior change communication (SBCC) capacity of government and its institutional partners, as well as improve data use for SBCC decision making. The project, coordinated by FHI 360 as the prime contractor for USAID, works with Malawi Government through the Ministry of Health (MoH) — Health Education Services (HES), and strategic national and i...
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