Supporting National Urban Health Mission to Assess, Design, and Implement (on pilot basis) the Urban Health Mission

Consortium Partners: Price Waterhouse Cooper, CCP, and Public Health Foundation of India

Evolved guidelines, frameworks, and systems to strengthen community outreach services and document good practices with regard to community mobilization in urban areas. After conducting site visits over a period of a year, reviewing National Urban Health Mission documents and practices, interacting and consulting with governments at the national, state and district levels, CCC-I developed a set of recommendations and promising practices. These were given to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

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Knowledge Management Architecture for the National Rural Health Mission RMNCH+A Framework

Developed an SBC digital library/web-based repository of all available communication materials based on RMNCH+A framework, with a focus on priority interventions that have had a positive impact on maternal and infant mortality in India.

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Assess and Document Risk Communication during the 2009 A/H1N1 Pandemic in 4 Countries

Documented examples of ‘good’ and ‘smart’ practices, as well as practices that did not succeed during the 2009 outbreak of H1-N1, particularly in terms of following the five WHO Principles of Risk Communication. Entities studied included: the country governments, WHO and other UN bodies, civil society, medical institutions, and other stakeholders.

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Assess and Document Risk Communication during the 2009 A/H1N1 Pandemic and the 2013 Influenza Outbreak in India

CCC-I reviewed and assessed technical appropriateness, adequacy, and effectiveness of the risk communication response by media during the 2009 influenza pandemic and the 2013 influenza outbreak in India. Additionally, the risk communication operation structures in India were assessed, and key stakeholders were identified who can influence public perception in the event of a public health threat or emergency.

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Assess and Document Risk Communication during the 2009 A/H1N1 Pandemic and the 2013 Influenza Outbreak in India
Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) Strategy for HIV/AIDS for Mauritius

CCC-I worked with the Government of Mauritius to develop a BCC risk-reduction strategy for HIV/AIDS and awareness generation among young people and most-at-risk populations. This included conducting desk research and a literature review, holding consultative meetings with in-country stakeholders, and a capacity building workshop for the National AIDS Secretariat on participatory methods for SBC strategy development

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