Development of Advocacy Material on Oral Cholera Vaccine for the World Health Organization

The objective of this project is to develop Advocacy Material on Oral Cholera Vaccine for the World Health Organization's (WHO) Regional Headquarters of the Eastern Mediterranean Region. Cholera is a global public health problem and it mainly affects the poorest and the most vulnerable populations who live without the access to safe water and proper sanitation. Center, as part of this assignment, will design and develop a range of advocacy material to support WHOs prevention efforts against Cholera.

Duration: 0.25 Years
Coverage: Eastern Mediterranean Region
Donor: World Health Organization's Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean
Focus: Cholera
Key Results and Achievements

The objectives of this assignment are to:

  • Develop targeted messages promoting the availability, accessibility, characteristics and benefits of the oral cholera vaccine.
  • Develop 1-2 pages of policy brief on Oral Cholera Vaccine and highlight the available evidence on short/long-term efficacy and impact.
  • Design and develop advocacy materials on oral cholera vaccine including brochures, posters, short video, policy brief on cholera and Oral Cholera Vaccine, and other promotional giveaway materials.
  • Provide layout designs for campaigning purposes.
Further Information

Center for Communication Programs Pakistan is a sister organization of Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs based in Baltimore, Maryland and registered in Pakistan as a nongovernmental and nonprofit organization under the Societies Act XXI of 1860.
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