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Communication for development for mdgs unicef s global overview

Communication for Development for MDGs: UNICEF’s Global Overview

10th UN Inter-Agency Round Table on Communication for Development

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

12-14 February 2007


Unicef and mdgs

UNICEF and MDGs

  • Meeting the MDGs would transform:

    lives of millions of children, who would be spared illness and premature death, escape extreme poverty and malnutrition, gain access to safe water and decent sanitation facilities and complete primary schooling.

  • Achieving the MDGs the only way to achieve “A World Fit for Children.”

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Unicef and mdgs1

UNICEF and MDGs

  • UNICEF’s 5 strategic areas:

    Young Child Survival and Development, Education and Gender Equality, HIV/AIDS and Children, Child Protection and Participation, and Policy Analysis, Advocacy and Partnerships for Children’s Rights

  • Makes a difference for children by supporting implementation of the Millennium Summit Declaration & MDGs.

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Unicef and mdgs2

UNICEF and MDGs

Meeting the MDGs for children require*:

  • ‘Quick impact initiatives’ to kick-start human development and poverty reduction.

  • Stepping up longer-term initiatives rooted in a human rights-based approach to development

  • Give special attention to the most vulnerable, to reach children who are most at risk of missing out on the Millennium agenda

    All of which have implications for the way we

    practice communication for development

* Source: Children and MDGs, UNICEF 2006

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Mdgs could transform

MDGs could transform…

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But we are lagging behind

But we are lagging behind…

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C4d at unicef to achieve mdgs

C4D at UNICEF: To achieve MDGs

Four distinct areas:

(1) policy advocacy to garner political support

(2) community mobilization to organize civil society networks

(3) behaviour and social change communication

(4) media outreach with new forms of media

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Communication for development for mdgs unicef s global overview

UNICEF’s C4D Framework

Behaviour Change & Social Change Communication

Service delivery

Social Mobilization

Community participation

& dialogue

Advocacy

Social advertising – TV, radio & print

Decision-makers at different levels to shape and implement policies, allocate resources

organized networks

Interpersonal Communication (IPC)

CSOs /

NGOs

Partners - partnership building & capacity building (of change agents)

Families, Caregivers (social networks and communities) – further segmentation

C4D across all areas

Service delivery

Planning & management continuum

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Principles and shifts in c4d

Principles and Shifts in C4D

  • Shift One: From messages to dialogue

  • Shift Two:From focusing on individual behaviour to focusing on collective social change

  • Shift Three: From problems to appreciation

  • Shift Four: From expert-driven solutions to community-driven solutions

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C4d contributes to policy advocacy

C4D contributes to Policy Advocacy


Unite for children unite against aids

UNITE FOR CHILDREN, UNITE AGAINST AIDS

  • Policy change by partnering with governments, UN agencies, and others including the youth.

  • A child-focused framework around ‘Four Ps’ -  prevent MTCT, provide paediatric treatment, prevent infection young people & protect children with AIDS

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C4d facilitates social mobilization

C4D facilitates Social Mobilization


Communication for development for mdgs unicef s global overview

Polio Eradication – SM Network

UNICEF-supported social mobilization network for polio eradication, Uttar Pradesh, India, February 2005.

3,313 trained community mobilizers working in villages at highest risk of ongoing polio transmission

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Communication for development for mdgs unicef s global overview

% of children immunized at the polio booth, U.P. June 2003 - January 2005 State average (yellow) versus UNICEF-supported areas with intensive social mobilization networks (blue)

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C4d for behaviour change

C4D forBehaviour Change


Behaviour change avain influenza

Behaviour Change – Avain Influenza

  • Promote priority actions to prevent, control & contain avian & pandemic influenza

  • Report – Wash – Cook - Separate

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Indonesia national ai campaign

Indonesia – National AI Campaign

Awareness of AI from TV Spots

Likelihood of taking preventive action over 2-3 months

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C4d for social change

C4D forSocial Change


Applying communication for social change to hiv prevention in ethiopia

Applying Communication for Social Change to HIV prevention in Ethiopia

Anti-AIDS Club in Addis Ababa

8,000 active clubs in Ethiopia

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Youth dialogue creating social change

Youth dialogue: creating social change

  • Urban mapping in Addis Ababa

  • identifying areas of risk from HIV, like sex bars

  • youth action – patrolling areas where rape occurs

  • government action – youth proposal to provide sex workers

    with condoms

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Amplifying youth voices through media

Amplifying youth voices through media

  • Radio drama on issues raised in youth dialogue

  • Radio current affairs by youth for youth

  • Radio Ethiopia as a broadcast partner

  • Youth newspaper by and for young people

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Communication for development for mdgs unicef s global overview

TOSTAN

Abandonment

of FGC

Through

Participatory Communication

2006

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Tostan

Tostan

Large scale social transformation led by community members themselves using non-formal education and non-directive, participatory communication.

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C4d for children

C4D forChildren


Children s participation

Children’s Participation

  • Guided by the CRC, Voices of Youth links children and adolescents in different countries to explore, speak out and take action on global issues that are important to them.

  • Website is used regularly to dialogue and peer educate by 15-24 year olds from over 180 countries, more than 70% of whom are from developing countries and over half of whom are girls.

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Voices of youth

Voices of Youth

  • Discussions are on:

  • Environment

  • Child Rights

  • Education

  • Commercial Sexual Exploitation

  • Etc

Discussion: What we can do to save our planet? Posted Jan 2007, China

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Meena and sara communication initiatives

Meena and SaraCommunication Initiatives


Girl child rights

Girl Child Rights

  • Focused in Eastern & Southern Africa

  • Research-based entertainment-education strategy, deals with girls’ education to child protection to FGM/C

  • Sara used in schools and community-settings by peer-facilitators

Communities participate in developing Sara material

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Girl child rights1

Girl Child Rights

  • Grounded in the South Asian context

  • Multi-media products impart life skills such as decision making, problem solving, communication and negotiation, critical thinking, assertiveness, and coping with feelings and relationships

  • Partnering with NGOs, Meena Clubs are in villages across South Asia where films are screened and peer-facilitated discussions held.

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Meena communication initiatives girl child rights

Meena Communication Initiatives -Girl Child Rights

“The films gave our children a new life. They started discussing Meena in the classroom. They were so excited. After showing Meena and discussing the issues she raised, some 150 children came to school who had never been before or who had dropped out. The children have learned Meena stories by heart.”

Pramod Thakur, volunteer teacher, Bihar, India

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Unite for children unite for peace

Unite for Children  Unite for Peace

  • Campaign with FIFA launched ensure that every child has the right to a peaceful world, free from conflict and abuse.

  • Development from early childhood happens not only in the classroom, but sports play a vital role.

  • Special initiatives such as ‘Sports-in-a-Box’ for countries affected by conflict

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Summary

Summary

  • UNICEF’s C4D framework results in changes at the national level by mobilizing and supporting media and forging partnerships, and the sub-national level by involving and reaching out to communities.

  • Multiple communication strategies create a favourable environment and accelerate expansion of development programs to achieve the MDGs.

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