There are lots of ways to make your voice heard during Healthy Means. You can start by downloading our toolkit full of shareables to post across your social networks.
If you want to get your organization involved, plan an online event as part of our Digital Rally, taking place November 10-14. You’ll find additional details about how to publicize your Digital Rally event as part of Healthy Means inside the downloadable toolkit. And don’t forget to join the conversation on social media using #healthymeans!
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Tweet, post or Instagram your best "#healthymeans Family Planning!" photo to build a beautiful visual story of the impact of family planning on women and their families. Tag your photos with @Jhpiego and #healthymeans to submit a photo.
Join the Healthy Means partners to explore the ways that partnerships between companies and NGOs can create unlikely solutions for some of the toughest health challenges, including: nutrition, vaccines and more. Submit questions via Crowdhall.
How can we effectively engage top talent across sectors in the fight for health equity, especially in the roles not traditionally associated with global health, such as finance, computer science, M&E, communications, and supply chain? Join in the discussion with @ghcorps, @MASSDesignLab and @VecnaCares on Tuesday, November 18 at 10:00 AM EST, with the hashtags #HealthyMeans and #CommonGoal.
Diabetes triples the risk that a person will develop TB. Responding to TB-diabetes challenges the conventional approach to global public health, which has addressed infectious diseases and noncommunicable diseases independently. Join @TheUnion_TBLH for a tweet blast on how we the global health community can work together to stop this co-epidemic.
Governments, donors and program implementers are enthusiastic about the emerging role of mHealth, the use of mobile phones and associated technologies in the practice of medicine and public health. mHealth efforts have incredible potential to strengthen health systems and improve health outcomes but what are the practical applications and challenges in developing countries? Join Access.MobileInc, USAID Digital,USAID Global Health, and Johnson and Johnson Global Health for a Twitter Chat on mHealth & how it's transforming global health. Send questions using #healthymeans.
Join the Action for Global Health as they share important facts, myths, and innovative ways of implementing UHC (universal healthcare) in the post-2015 agenda. Follow along using #healthymeans.
Join USAID @GlobalDevLab and @USAIDEnviro for a twitter chat on why the Agency is focusing its efforts around the problem of urban sanitation on Wednesday, November 19 at 10:00 AM EST. Send your questions using #AskUSAID.
Join 3BL Media for a chat with @USAID, @MerckforMothers, @PYXERAGlobal & @JacarandaHealth to explore how partnerships and global pro bono can make maternal healthcare accessible and available. Follow the chat with #3BLChat on Wednesday, November 19 at 1:00 PM EST.