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Introducing Zika Communication Network

Introducing the Zika Communication Network
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Expectant parents have no greater wish than for the safe birth of a healthy baby. Preventing Zika infection, especially among pregnant women, and helping women and couples prevent unplanned pregnancies are critical actions to ensure that no more babies and families have to endure adverse outcomes related to Zika.
K4Health, along with USAID and the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3), is pleased to announce the Zika Communication Network (ZCN) to support communities currently affected—and those that will soon be affected—by Zika. ZCN connects responders with state-of-the-art knowledge and tools that they can readily use or adapt to their particular context and response plan. ZCN strives to contribute to the following goals:
  • Empower communities to tackle the Zika epidemic.
  • Provide health care workers with quality counseling and training materials.
  • Equip policymakers and other advocates with communication materials and policy and preparedness guidelines to curb the spread of Zika and promote prevention.
Visit the ZCN regularly as we roll out new features and contribute to the collection of curated resources.

El mayor deseo de los padres que esperan un bebé es el nacimiento sin complicaciones de un bebé sano.  Prevenir la infección por el Zika, especialmente entre las mujeres embarazadas, y ayudar a las mujeres y las parejas a prevenir embarazos no planificados son acciones cruciales para asegurar que ningún otro bebé ni ninguna otra familia más tengan que sufrir los resultados adversos relacionados con el Zika.

La Red de Comunicación sobre el Zika (ZCN) apoya a las comunidades actualmente afectadas -- y a aquellos que pronto se verán afectados -- conectando a los equipos de primera intervención con los conocimientos y herramientas más avanzados que puedan usar o adaptar de inmediato a sus contextos y planes de respuesta particulares. La ZCN se esfuerza por contribuir a las siguientes metas:
  • Empoderar a las comunidades para enfrentar la epidemia del Zika.
  • Proveer a los trabajadores de salud materiales de asesoría y capacitación de calidad.
  • Equipar a los responsables políticos y otros defensores con los materiales de comunicación y directrices de política y preparación para frenar la propagación del Zika y promover la prevención.
Visite la ZCN con regularidad a medida que presentamos nuevas aplicaciones y contribuye a la colección de recursos seleccionados
This website is made possible by the support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the Knowledge for Health II (K4Health) Project (AID-OAA-A-13-00068) and the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) Project (AID-OAA-A-12-00058). K4Health and HC3 are implemented by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP). The contents of this website are the sole responsibility of CCP. The information provided on this website is not official U.S. Government information and does not necessarily represent the views or positions of USAID, the United States Government, or The Johns Hopkins University.
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