SC Johnson's new Anti-Malaria Information, Education & Communication (IEC) program, developed in conjunction with GBC, is a powerful learning tool to help NGOs, governments, businesses and community health groups raise awareness about the disease and reduce the rate of new infections among people living and working in the hardest-hit regions of the world.
Developed in a "train the trainer" format, the IEC provides information to educate employees, customers and the broader community on the risks of malaria. It also provides life-saving information on effective prevention measures, as well as the latest on anti-malaria treatment.
Malaria educators - who could be community health workers or company human resources employees - play a crucial role in educating communities on the signs and symptoms of malaria, advising them on preventive measures that can be taken and to motivate communities to take malaria control measures. This guide will help them to do that more effectively.
The materials available here include:
The trainer materials are available in English, French, Portuguese and Kiswahili.
For more information on the guide, contact Beth Breslauer at firstname.lastname@example.org