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Awards & Recognition



The Smart Family Campaign “Pariwar Niyojan, Smart Banchha Jiwan” won the Advertising Agencies Association of Nepal (AAAN) Kriti Award for “Best Social Campaign” as well as a bronze award in the “Outdoor Advertising” category. The CCP campaign was designed specifically to re-position family planning as a smart, healthy choice for Nepal’s young generation of young people.


The Smart Family Campaign “Pariwar Niyojan, Smart Banchha Jiwan” won the prestigious Flame Award (Gold), recognizing it as the best Social Development and Corporate Social Responsibility campaign of 2017 in the Emerging Markets/South Asia category in the competition. More


Tara Sullivan  Excellence in Teaching award from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, most recently for teaching the course entitled Improving Global Public Health Through Knowledge Application, Continuous Learning, and Adaptation  in the summer of 2018.


Benjamin Lozare Excellence in Teaching award from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, most recently for teaching the course entitled Health Communication Programs in the summer of 2018.


Douglas Storey  Excellence in Teaching award from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, most recently for teaching the course entitled Health Communication Programs I: Planning and Strategic Design in the summer of 2018.


Caroline Jacoby  Excellence in Teaching award from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, most recently for teaching the course entitled Entertainment Education for Behavior Change and Development in summer of 2018.


Carol Underwood  Excellence in Teaching award from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, most recently for teaching the course entitled Global Communication and Social Change in spring of 2018.


United Against Malaria (UAM) was awarded Global Campaign of the Year at the 2014 PRWeek Awards ceremony held in New York City on March 20, 2014. The designation honors UAM’s seamless integration into the 2013 Orange™ Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) soccer tournament, reaching an estimated 1 billion people with life-saving messages about prevention and treatment of malaria. More