Partners & Funding

Partners

Governmental Organizations

Ministry of Health - JH·CCP supports building of the capacity of government health system in relation to HIV/AIDs and other priority health issues through technical support and capacity building in health communication strategy design and implementation, monitoring and Evaluation, and  media planning.

HAPCO - JH·CCP works with and supporting capacity building of HAPCO in its effort to prevent HIV/AIDS on MARPS by providing technical support in designing and implementation of SBCC strategy and capacity building trainings. 

 

Non-governmental organizations

INGOs - JH·CCP Provides technical guidance and support to FHI 360, World learning, and PSI for designing and implementation of health communication strategies, materials, and trainings in relation to HIV/AIDS core population groups.

LNGOs - JH·CCP through the HC3 project builds the health communication capacity of SBCC professionals by providing technical assistance and capacity building trainings.

 

Funding

NARC was created through a multi-dimensional public/private partnership and is managed by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/Center for Communication Programs (CCP) with funding from the U.S. PEPFAR program through CDC. Currently, the programs are funded from PEPFAR through USAID.

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/Center for Communication Programs (CCP) is currently implementing a three years Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) capacity enhancement project with funding from the U.S. PEPFAR program through USAID missions Ethiopia.

Presently, JHU.CCP is transitioning from NARC services to focus on strategic health communication capacity Building and technical support in Ethiopia, focusing on HIV/AIDS prevention but also expanding to broader health services.

The SBCC Health Project is funded by USAID Ethiopia combining various SBCC activities in each of its priority health program areas.

Our major donors include the United States Agency for International Development, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, UNICEF, DFID, and more. CCP is now based within the Department of Health, Behavior and Society at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

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