The Awards recognize outstanding contributions made by organizations in strengthening and popularizing strategic communication as a necessary tool for health and development.
A blend of theory and practice, the Practicums provide a mechanism for learning and sharing practical experiences amongst health communication practitioners.
AfriComNet partners with Universities and Training institutions in Africa to develop and offer short competence based courses (usually 5-10 days) in health and development communication.
Knowledge Management is a systematic practice of collecting information and connecting people to it so they can act effectively.
AfriComNet invites nominations for the 7th Annual Awards for Excellence in Health Communication in Africa, due to take place in May. The Awards recognize outstanding health communication initiatives, campaigns, productions and tools which have been proven to be effective, and can be adapted, replicated and applied as best practice. The deadline for nominations is April 15, 2015.
Download the Nomination form and submit your entries Now! Detailed information about Award guidelines and selection criteria is available at www.africoment.org/awards.html
The African Network for Strategic Communication in Health and Development (AfriComNet) held the second learning forum for health and development communication practitioners under the theme "Integrating Social Media into Health and Development Communication"
AfriComNet was selected by the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) to serve as the secretariat for the Anglophone African Springboard for Health Communication, an online platform for exchange among health and social development communication practitioners. The online platform reinforces and is reinforced by existing face to face communities and activities.