The Health Campaign Effectiveness Coalition has presented on its work at multiple conferences and events.
NNN 2021: Country led approaches on planning and operationalizing the integration and mainstreaming of NTD
This September, Health Campaign Effectiveness Coalition awardees presented on their research at the 2021 NNN conference. View the slides from the: Opening session Jimma University presentation IIHMR presentation Eyu-Ethiopia presentation
Supplementary material: View slides from CHAI here View slides from Ibolda here The Health Campaign Effectiveness Coalition awarded the Clinton Health Access Initiative and Ibolda Health International, both based
Dr. Muhammad Farid, Medical Officer, WHO, presented at the 2020 COR-NTD annual meeting on behalf of the Health Campaign Effectiveness Coalition. View slides from the session opening here. Session description:
The Health Campaign Effectiveness Coalition produces events on multiple topics related to health campaigns and campaign effectiveness.
Test & Learn Session 4: Cost and efficiencies related to integrated campaigns: Methods & findings from Sierra Leone and Nigeria
View the slides from the event here here and the Q&A here. Global evidence on what it costs to conduct a campaign is limited, and cost evidence on integrated campaigns
View the slides from the event here. With renewed emphasis on the importance of primary health care (PHC) as a means to achieve global public health goals, health campaign actors
View the slides from the event here and the Q&A here. The Design Institute for Health at the University of Texas applied systems thinking to examine polio and Schistosomiasis campaigns
View the slides from the event here. On Tuesday, 16 February, the Health Campaign Effectiveness Coalition launched its Test & Learn Series, a new event series dedicated to advancing learning,