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Monday, February 8 • 11:00 - 12:30
From the Pulpit to the People

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  • Brian Maguranyanga: Development Of The AMENI Model For Improving Maternal And Newborn Child Health Outcomes Among Apostolic Religious Groups In Zimbabwe
  • Michael Belmoh: Faith Engagement And Faith Sensitive Behavior Change Messaging: An Alternate Model To Social Behavior Change Communication In Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Outbreak Response In Sierra Leone 
  • Chancy Mauluka: From The Initiation Hut To The Clinic Via The Pulpit: A Case Of Integrating Culture, Religion And Health In Marriage Counseling. 
  • Zelalem Mekuria: Bringing Nutrition Advocacy To Orthodox Church Leaders To Raise Awareness And Change Social Norms On Fasting Practices In Ethiopia, During The First 1000 Days.

Moderators
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Khadijah A. Ibrahim-Nuhu

Program Officer-Advocacy-SBCC-Demand generation, NIGERIAN URBAN REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH INITIATIVE (NURHI)

Speakers
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Michael Belmoh

Knowledge Management Specialist, WORLD VISION INTERNATIONAL
Michael is a development, ICT and Knowledge Management practitioner and an ordained Pastor. | | He is a graduate from Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone with a B. Sc. (Honours) in Economics and an M. Sc. in Development Management from the Institute of Public Administration... Read More →
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Brian Maguranyanga

M Consulting Group
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Chancy Mauluka

Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) Advisor, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Chancy Mauluka has a Master of Arts Degree in Theatre and Media for Communication in Development and a Bachelor's Degree in Education Humanities. He has more than 10 years of experience in development and health communication coupled with educational skills and practice. Chancy has... Read More →
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Zelalem Mekuria

Senior SBCC Manager, USAID/ENGINE - Save the Children
SBCC programming related to nutrition, malaria, MNCH, FP, HIV, gender - SBCC program design, advocacy...



Monday February 8, 2016 11:00 - 12:30
Conference Room 5 United Nations Conference Centre

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