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Health Education Program

Introduction:

Health communication, advocacy, behavior change communication and social mobilization is the priority area of the Punjab Health Department.  All the vertical health programs have their own set of communication activities and budget.  Health Communication and social mobilization activities are arranged through regular funds of the project or donor support. UNICEF is the lead donor agency for communication activities and has been supporting activities of social mobilization for Polio, EPI, MNCH and HIV AIDS.

Communication Products and Tools in Use:

Following type of communication materials are utilized:
  • Television Commercials
  • Radio Spots
  • Press Ads
  • Brochures
  • Banners
  • Posters
  • School Health Sessions
  • Newsletters by TBDOT Program
  • Helpline by PACP
  • Community Health Education sessions by outreach health workers and LHWs
  • Seminars and public meetings
Health Communication Calendar:
 
Health campaigns are executed as per seasonal disease trends and in commensuration with various world days related to the subject of Health. Following activity calendar is generally followed:-

January

February

March

ARI

Ulcer

Dengue

Influenza Flue

Iodized Salt, Tuberculosis

Hepatitis B and C

Congo CCFH

Influenza and Flue

 Iodized Salt

Tuberculosis

ARI

Exercise

Deworming

Hepatitis B and C

ARI

Dengue

 Exercise

Mother health

Blood Pressure

Dental Health/ Oral Hygiene

April

May

June

Mental Health

Mother health

Blood Pressure

Leishmaniasis

Balance Diet

Pertusis

Skin Diseases

Hepatitis

Measles

Leishmaniasis

Balance Diet

Pertusis

Skin Diseases

Acute Viral Hepatitis

Gastro enteritis

Hepatitis

Skin Diseases

 

Acute Viral Hepatitis

Gastro enteritis

Hepatitis B C

Eye Care

Tobacco

Typhoid Fever

Polio

Rabies

Diphtheria

Malaria

July

August

September

Typhoid Fever

Polio

Rabies

Cancer

Coronary disease

Diphtheria

Malaria

Measles

Polio

Rabies

Malaria

Measles

Meningococcal Meningitis

Snake Bite

Breast Feeding Weak

Personal Hygiene

 

Meningococcal Meningitis

Snake Bite

Breast Feeding

Personal Hygiene

Spurious drugs

 

October

November

December

Meningococcal Meningitis

Snake Bite

Breast Feeding

Personal Hygiene

Congo CCFH

Spurious drugs

Accident Prevention

Diabetes

STIs

Coronary disease

Cancer

Coronary disease

Diphtheria

Cancer

HIV AIDS

 

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