This two-minute and 30-second animated video is included in the Storytelling module as a storytelling example. It features Alem Mekonnen, an environmental and health advocate from Ethiopia, who talks about the moment she realized the intimate connection between people, health, and the environment.
This three-minute and 30-second video is included in the Storytelling module as an example of creative storytelling. On 13th February 2015, Public Health Ambassadors Uganda, with support from AHF Uganda Cares, commemorated the International Condom Day 2015 with the theme #CondomAreCool. More 77,000 condoms were distributed during the "Because I Wrap It" Flash Mob at Ham Shopping Grounds along Nakivuubo place road in Kampala.
This two-minute audio clip is included in the Storytelling module as a storytelling example. Anne Purfield and Michelle Dynes are epidemiologists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).They both volunteered to spend several weeks in Sierra Leone, responding to the Ebola outbreak there. When they returned to the U.S., they came to StoryCorps to talk about what they had seen.
Prior to the development of K4Health's Economic Benefits of Family Planning video, a team of 3-5 members discussed their vision and goals for the video and developed a creative brief to guide their process. This document provides the thinking that went behind the development of that video and can be used as an example for others developing visual content.
We highlight five case studies that provide real-life examples and lessons learned based on different types of adaptation. Examples include adapting training curricula into an SMS-based health communication program in Kenya and Tanzania, repackaging eLearning content to an interactive voice response (IVR) training course in Kenya, and adapting health videos for a Southeast Asian audience and Sub-Saharan Africa audience.
This simple template contains some guiding questions and considerations for those planning to adapt content. We recommend that you review the Powerpoint and Exercise, or the Making Content Meaningful guide, before partaking in this step.
Medical Aid Films, an organization featured as a case study in the Making Content Meaningful guide, worked to adapt their health videos for different audiences in Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. They identified existing films which could provide valuable educational content about pregnancy and childbirth for women in developing countries.
In this example final report, the Knowledge for Health team describes how they used Net-Map to complete a needs assessment in Ethiopia in 2010. The four-page report includes details on the research questions, methods, and the results concerning actors, links, and influence.