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COMMUNICATION

Communication Assessment of JHU 2003

ICCIDD: "Ending Iodine Deficiency Now and Forever"

JHU: "A Field Guide to Designing a Health Communication Strategy"

WHO:"COMBI"

World Bank: Communication for Behavior Change in Nutrition Projects:
A Guide for World Bank Task Managers

"CDCynergy" for Health Communication

Additional communication resources

Library of IDD media material

 

 

For information on communication by country:
(reports, surveys, briefing documents, press releases, etc.)

For communication material by country:
(posters, leaflets, TV spots, class room material, etc.)

Or use the MEDIA LIBRARY to access material by TARGET GROUP or CHANNEL !!

Iodine Deficiency in CEE/CIS

Micronutrient Communication Recomendations
Recommendations regarding the communication campaigns strategies strengthening for countries participated on the Micronutrients deficiency eliminating strategies strengthening workshop in Antalya, 4-8 April, 2005
UNICEF, Moscow, 2005

Crisis Communication

BUILDING PUBLIC TRUST IN IMMUNISATION - HOW TO DEAL WITH IMMUNISATION SAFETY CRISIS (Power Point)
Dragoslav Popovic, UNICEF Geneva (2003)
This presentation provides a broad outline of the communication issues and responses to a health crisis. Although it focuses on immunization similar principles can be applied to exagerated adverse effects due to iodine.

Working with Celebrities

See UNICEF Intranet: Communication Toolkit - Celebrities:
UNICEF Intranet

Press releases

The proof of the pudding…
By Gaelle Sevenier. April 17th, 2006. UNICEF’s study tour to Switzerland convinced Moldovan delegates to use iodized salt in processed food.

Chernobyl Anniversary: UNICEF says iodine could have spared many children from thyroid cancer
19 April, 2006: On the 20th anniversary of Chernobyl, UNICEF says that the numbers of children who developed thyroid cancer could have been significantly lower if they had been consuming iodized salt in their daily diet at the time of the accident.

Turkmenistan: monitoring salt iodization and flour fortification
18 October 2005: UNICEF, USAID and Ministry of Health workshop on monitoring progress.

 

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