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School children in Hunan Province, China provide feedback on rabies prevention messages.

Our vision: a world where all people actively use accessible, accurate, relevant, and timely health information and interventions to protect and promote their health and the health of their families and communities.

Our mission: to protect and promote global public health by collaborating with international partners to integrate customer-centered, science-based health marketing strategies into health communication and education programs.

Focus areas: health communication and marketing strategies, emergency communication, eHealth (mobile technologies) as well as capacity development in these areas.

Worldwide and Regional Activities

Global Health Marketing Activities Overview (UPDATED) (Adobe PDF 1 page, 212KB)
Spanish version, overview (Adobe PDF 2 pages, 216 KB)

Expanding CDC’s Global Impact: Collaborative Partnerships in Health Communication and Marketing (Podcast Icon9 minutes 11 seconds)

Avian Influenza Communication, profile (Adobe PDF 3 pages, 221 KB)

Activities Around the World (May 10, 2007)], presentation (Adobe PDF 13 pages, 2.8 MB)


Kenya, profile (UPDATED) (Adobe PDF 1 page, 198 KB)

Global Communication Marketing in Kenya, presentation (Adobe PDF 28 pages, 2.3 MB)

Testing Modes of Communication for Infection Control Prevention: Kenya, legal-sized poster (Adobe PDF 1 pg, 2 MB)

Asia (China)

Infectious Disease Knowledge Center, profile (Adobe PDF 2 pages, 164 KB)
Emergency and Risk Communication (ERC), profile (Adobe PDF 2 pages, 161 KB)

Pilot Test Information and Communication Technology, profile (Adobe PDF 2 pages, 165 KB)

Enhancing China’s Capacity in Emergency Risk Communication and Use of Information Communication and Technology for Health Communication, legal-sized poster (Adobe PDF 1 page, 2 MB)

Central America

Central America, profile (Adobe PDF 2 pages, 234 KB English)
Spanish version (Adobe PDF 2 pages, 234 KB)

Leveraging Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to Support Public Health Workforce Communications and Capacity Development in Central America, legal-sized poster (Adobe PDF 1 page, 2 MB)


China CDC-Guangzhou Province Visits US CDC

Lao PDR-Thailand Border – HIV/STI Prevention & Care

China – The New Health Marketing Frontier

Avian Influenza Journalist Workshops, India

Kenya: Commitment to Using Information Communication Technologies to Extend Quality of Care

Tools and Resources for Global Communication and Marketing

Health Promotion Theory

Emergency Risk Communication Tools and Resources

Global Networks for Health Communication

Centers for Social and Health Marketing

Global Trends: Challenges and Opportunities for Health Promotion


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Date last reviewed: December 2, 2008
Date last updated: December 2, 2008
Content source: National Center for Health Marketing
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