With a mission ‘to better understand what works in shifting social norms, changing behaviors and in amplifying the voice of those who have most at stake in the success of development efforts’, the Health Governance and Finance project (HFG) was accepted to present at the recent 2018 Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Summit.
The conference was held from April 16-20 Nusa Dua, Indonesia and drew in more than 750 participants over the three-day span.
The Summit attracts participation from government ministries, academics, NGOs, civil society organizations, global agencies and those in the private sector. The 2018 Summit is hosted by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, The Communication Initiative, Soul City Institute, UNICEF and BBC Media Action.
Somto Mbelu, Communications specialist for HFG Nigeria was the lead author alongside, Leah Taub, Elaine Baruwa, Ekpenyong Ekanem and Chief-of-Party to HFG Nigeria, Dr. Gafar Alawode. This presentation poster highlighted the advocacy and media capacity strengthening of HFG Nigeria’s to improve health financing and advance the universal health coverage agenda.