This group is for SBCC and health communication professionals in Malawi.
A recent study out of Malawi reveals that training community health workers
in modern family planning methods significantly increased uptake among young women who had never used family planning. Also, couples counseling training increased male involvement with a trend towards higher male condom…[Read more]
Social Behavior Change Communication is shown to be effective in the effort to increase the nutritional impact of rations for those suffering from moderate acute malnutrition. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/mcn.12393/full
PSI-Malawi and the Ministry of Health in Malawi are using collaborative teams of clinical officers and nurse midwives to offer monthly mobile outreach visits to rural areas with the goal of increasing access to a wide range of family planning methods for rural communities. http://psiimpact.com/2017/04/bringing-contraception-closer-to-rural-women-in-malawi
The most recent Health COMpass Spotlight is on the “Moyo ndi Mpamba, Usamalireni!” campaign in Malawi! What impact have you seen from this campaign? Read more about the campaign here: http://www.thehealthcompass.org/sbcc-spotlights/moyo-ndi-mpamba-usamalireni-inspiring-behavior-change-malawi