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Tuesday, February 9 • 17:00 - 19:00
RBM Communication Community of Practice: Resource Sharing and Networking Event

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The Roll Back Malaria Communication Community of Practice (RBM CCoP) invites you to join the group for an evening of resource sharing and networking. This event, facilitated by CCoP Secretariat HC3, with support from USAID/PMI and the ACT Consortium, provides members with the opportunity to share resources gathered, discuss current initiatives, and learn how to become more involved in the group’s monitoring and evaluation, communication and outreach, and knowledge management task forces. The ACT Consortium will discuss toolkits being developed for NMCPs and implementing partners, the Secretariat of the CCoP will share online tools and platforms and flash drives with additional SBCC malaria evidence and resources.  This will also be a time for all summit attendees present to share share malaria SBCC resources.  Anyone working or interested in SBCC for malaria are strongly encouraged to attend the networking event afterwards (TBD). No invitation necessary, but please let us know if you’d like more information by contacting cfordha1@jhu.edu.

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Robert Ainslie

Senior Technical Advisor, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
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Corinne Fordham

Program Officer, CCP

Dalia Iskander

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
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Nan Lewicky

Malaria Team Lead, HC3 Project, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
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Anna McCartney-Melstad

Co Chair RBM Communication Community of Practice, JHU-CCP Nigeria
I'd love to hear from current or prospective members of the RBM CCoP about what can contribute to the international malaria SBCC community. I'd also be thrilled to answer any questions anyone might have. about the CCoP.

Debora Miranda

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, ACT Consortium

Tuesday February 9, 2016 17:00 - 19:00 EAT
Caucus Room 10 United Nations Conference Centre