Sustaining Social Marketing for Health: Perspectives from Asia and Africa

May 18, 2017
Arlington
Recap

USAID’s years of experience supporting social marketing programs around the world provide valuable insight into strategies for increasing the sustainability of those programs over time.

SHOPS Plus hosted the launch of new tools for USAID social marketing programs and a panel discussion with speakers representing organizations managing social marketing programs at three different phases: scale up, maturing, and transition.

The speakers include Francoise Armand, Jeffrey Barnes, and Ramakrishnan Ganesan from Abt Associates, Jiblal Pokharel of the Nepal CRS Company, and Judith Hechelheim of PSI. 

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