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Support for Service Delivery Integration – Communication

In Malawi’s mosquito-ridden Salima District, malaria has afflicted many communities for as long as people can remember. Battling malaria is one of the goals of Support for Service Delivery Integration (SSDI)-Communication, a social and behavior change communication project that teaches families how to advocate for their own health, practice healthy behaviors and engage with a responsive health care system. SSDI-Communication concentrates on family planning, HIV/AIDS and efforts to reduce maternal, infant and under five mortality rates.


Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs – Malawi
Accord Trust Building
Off Chilambula Road
Lilongwe 4, Malawi
Tel: +265-1 750-733; 750-553
Fax: +265-1 750-496

  • Baltimore Contact: Jane Brown, Team Leader or Peter Roberts, Senior Program Officer