USAID Adviser Discusses Social Mobilization, Behavior Change Communication In Ebola Response

USAID’s “Impact”: Q&A: How Changing Behaviors is Helping Stop Ebola’s Spread in West Africa
Clara Wagner, a former intern for USAID’s Bureau of Legislative and Public Affairs working on content and public engagement, interviews Kama Garrison, a senior public health adviser for USAID’s Neglected Tropical Disease Program, about her work on social mobilization and behavior change communication during the Ebola response effort in West Africa (6/10).

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