Today’s contributor is Carla Briceno from Bixal, who shares the examples of building an interactive map work for the team at the Knowledge for Health (K4Health) program.
K4Health is working with USAID to support the promotion of high impact practices (HIPs). The primary goal of the map is to depict the location of projects around the world implementing HIPs in various categories to facilitate communication among program implementers and USAID missions in the field. The map also provides an easily digestible visual aid that family planning programs and technical experts around the world can use to advocate for the various high impact practices.
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Center for Communication Programs (JHU∙CCP) is the lead implementer of the USAID-funded Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project.