Stronger Together: Engaging Communities in the Zika Response

By Lisa Mwaikambo, MPH | Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
05 Jul 2018
Stronger Together: Engaging Communities in the Zika Response

On April 24th, 2018, USAID and the Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project hosted a three-day share fair event in Antigua, Guatemala for USAID-funded community engagement partners in the Zika response in Latin America and the Caribbean. Over 70 people attended from over 10 countries in the region, representing Ministries of Health and 16 partner organizations. Scroll through the executive summary of the event to learn more about what was discussed and see photos from the event.

Zika Communication Network


El 24 de abril de 2018, USAID y el Proyecto de Conocimiento para la Salud (K4Health) organizaron un taller de tres días en Antigua, Guatemala para socios de participación comunitaria financiados por USAID en la respuesta al Zika en América Latina y el Caribe. Más de 70 personas asistieron de más de 10 países en la región, representando a Ministerios de Salud y 16 organizaciones. Leer el resumen ejecutivo del evento para obtener más información sobre lo que se discutió y ver fotos del evento.

Zika Communication Network

Lisa Mwaikambo, MPH
Lisa Mwaikambo, MPH
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

Lisa has over ten years of experience working on USAID-funded and privately-funded family planning (FP) and reproductive health (RH) and HIV/AIDS projects. Lisa is a certified Knowledge Manager and has a Master of Public Health from Case Western Reserve University and a BA from the College of Wooster. She is currently based in North Carolina.

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