PSI / PASMO Campaign Zika, CA Regional, 2nd Phase (2018-'19); Radio Spots (Honduras)

1. PSI / PASMO Campaign Zika, CA Regional, 2nd Phase (2018-'19); Radio v. Honduras- Use of Condom

A radio spot prepared by the Honduran market that promotes the use of male condoms to prevent the sexual transmission of Zika. The spot was paid during the 2nd Phase (2018-'19) of the regional campaign "Mama Segura, Bebe Segura del Zika" produced by PSI / PASMO with support from USAID. Endorsed by the Ministry of Health. Duration: 35 seconds

2. PSI / PASMO Campaign Zika, CA Regional, 2nd Phase (2018-'19); Radio v. Honduras- Washing the Pile

A radio spot prepared by the Honduran market that promotes the washing of the pile for the elimination of mosquito breeding sites. The spot was paid during the 2nd Phase (2018-'19) of the regional campaign "Mama Segura, Bebe Segura del Zika" produced by PSI / PASMO with support from USAID. Endorsed by the Ministry of Health. Duration: 46 seconds

3. PSI / PASMO Campaign Zika, CA Regional, 2nd Phase (2018-'19); Radio v. Honduras Family Planning

A radio spot prepared by the Honduran market that promotes family planning in the Zika context. The spot was paid during the 2nd Phase (2018-'19) of the regional campaign "Mama Segura, Bebe Segura del Zika" produced by PSI / PASMO with support from USAID. Endorsed by the Ministry of Health. Duration: 35 seconds

4. PSI / PASMO Campaign Zika, CA Regional, 2nd Phase (2018-'19); Radio v. Honduras- Use of Repellent

A radio spot prepared by the Honduran market that promotes the use of repellent for the prevention of the transmission of Zika. The spot was paid during the 2nd Phase (2018-'19) of the regional campaign "Mama Segura, Bebe Segura del Zika" produced by PSI / PASMO with support from USAID. Endorsed by the Ministry of Health. Duration: 35 seconds

Resource Type(s)
Radio Spot
Topic(s)
Community Engagement
Family Planning
Mosquito Control
Mosquito Transmission
Prevention
Sexual Transmission
Audience(s)
For the Community
Language(s)
Spanish
Country(ies)
Honduras
Source(s)
PASMO
Population Services International

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