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Members of the Partnership

CPFH is a partnership of health and population-related national organizations involved in health behavior change communication leading to health competent families and communities and institutions These organizations include representatives from six types of agencies, namely: (1) Public Sector Organizations, (2) Higher Councils and National Committees, (3) NGOs, (4) The Private Sector, (5) USAID/Cooperating Agencies and Contractors, and (6) The Media. Public sector counterparts will be involved in mass media activities to promote healthy behaviors, as well as institutional capacity building in behavior change communication. Higher council counterparts will develop strategic direction and set goals for health advocacy and communication. NGO sector counterparts will develop community mobilization and interpersonal communication (i.e. - peer and provider counseling) activities to promote healthy behaviors. Private sector counterparts will work on campaigns to generate demand for health products and services. Media cuts across all sectors by providing channels through which health communication messages can be disseminated. Media professionals and religious leaders are special counterparts who play a crucial role in the dissemination of messages to the general public. Following is a list of current and potential members of the Partnership, by type (in alphabetical order, with current members noted with an asterisk):

 1) Public Sector Organizations:

Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs *

Ministry of Education*

Ministry of Health*

Ministry of Social Development*

Royal Medical Services*

Public Security Department*

Ministry of Information and Communications Technology*

Food and Drug Corporation*

Ministry of Interior*

Ministry of Municipal Affairs*

Greater Amman Municipality*

Jordan Armed Forces*

Health Parliamentarian Committee*

Hashemite Fund for Badia Development*

2) Higher Councils and National Committees:

Higher Council for Youth*

High Health Council (HHC)*

Higher Media Council*

Higher Population Council/General Secretariat (HPC/GS)*

Jordanian National Commission for Women*

National Council for Family Affairs*

3) NGOs:

General Union of Voluntary Societies (GUVS)

Jordanian Association for Family Planning and Protection*

Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD)*

Royal Committee on Information Technology*

4) The Private Sector:

American Chamber of Commerce in Jordan

International Advertising Association /Jordan Chapter *

Jordan Development Net*

Jordan Pharmaceutical Producers Union

Maraya Publishing*

Pioneers Production Company

Procter & Gamble

Rama Vision

Sesame Street/Jordan Pioneers*

SHOOT

Jordan University*

Mu’ta University*

Jordanian University for Science and Technology*

Drug Stores Owners Association*

5) USAID/Cooperating Agencies and Contractors:

Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health / Jordan Health Communication Partnership (JHCP)*

Tulane University*

Save the Children (SAVE)*

Academy for Educational Development (AED)*

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)*

Commercial Market Strategies (CMS)

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John Snow, Inc. (JSI)*

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Primary Health Care Initiatives (PHCI )*

Partnerships for Health Reform Plus (PHR+ )*

POLICY*

6) The Media:

Jordan Press: Al-Rai/ AD Dustour / Jordan Times*

Jordanian Radio & Television Corporation*

PETRA/ Jordan Petra News Agency*

Private TV and Radio Channels

Jordan Media Center *

   
 
 
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