The overall objective of the assignment is to design a comprehensive communication for development (C4D) strategy for the child protection programme with an aim to influence positive attitudes and behaviours of target/participant groups.
Center is providing support to Mobilink Pakistan in designing and developing a portfolio on corporate social responsibility (CSR) portfolio for Jazz. The portfolio will cover all thematic areas, i.e. education, health, environment, disaster relief, of Jazz holistically within the overall CSR strategy of Jazz.
Sukh Initiative is a multi-donor funded, family planning and reproductive health project, primed by Aman Health Care Services and implemented through a consortium of local and international organizations.
In view of the potential role of the news media in Jordan, UNICEF commissioned a study to Center to assess the skills and knowledge among journalists in Jordan on issues related to violence against children.
The overall goal of the project is to assist the World Health Organization Office for Eastern Mediterranean region in its efforts to improve preventive knowledge and vaccination practices related to influenza.
The Afghanistan Mortality Survey 2010 and Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2010 - 2011 show that the health situation in Afghanistan has improved considerably in last few years.
The overall goal of the project was to use advocacy channels to bring family planning as a health and life saving interventions in policy and media circles.
The study was conducted in 2011 in one of the districts of southern Punjab – Dera Ghazi Khan – in order to dig deeper into the dynamics of universal family planning knowledge, as reported generally in national surveys.
Center implemented multilevel gap analysis studies at facility, community and household levels in two provinces of Pakistan on registration of births. The studies had three broad components.
As a sub-grantee of the White Ribbon Alliance Pakistan, the Center is tasked with developing several education material to address barriers to the use of Magnesium Sulphate for the prevention and treatment of preeclampsia and eclampsia in Pakistan.
The project “Increasing Women Participation in General Elections 2013 (and Beyond) in Pakistan: A Crowdsourcing Strategy,” was implemented over a short duration of six months.
The project “Increasing Women Participation in General Elections 2013 (and Beyond) in Pakistan: A Crowdsourcing Strategy,” is being implemented over a duration of As part of HC3, Center.
APNA Pakistan [Advocacy for Population and National Advancement] was a concerted advocacy campaign funded by UNFPA and implemented by a consortium led by Contech International .
In partnership with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Center implemented an exploratory study on the relationship of tobacco advertising with marketing regulations and youth in Pakistan.
Center for Communication Programs Pakistan facilitated and supported UNICEF Pakistan in developing guidelines and detailed training manuals for different levels of training for applying Meena communication material.
PAIMAN was a USAID-funded programme implemented by John Snow Institute in partnership with Center for Communications Programs. The Program started in October 2004 and completed in December 2010.
Center for Communication Programs Pakistan, along with Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs as lead, Mercy Corps and Rural Support Programmes Network, is implementing the Health Communication Component (HCC) in focus districts of Sindh, Pakistan.
Provincial Health and Nutrition Programme (PHNP), funded by the UK Government's Department for International Development (DFID), aims at achieving improved Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) services and nutrition results in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces over the period of five years (2014 to 2019).
The assignment included development of an engagement toolkit based on the experiences and learnings of Oxfam in Pakistan of involving religious scholars for promotion of sexual and reproductive health rights.