This article describes the In Tune podcast series run by the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda. The series discusses music and its relation to key factors affecting mental health, including social inclusion and community engagement, coping with stress, depression and anxiety, chronic pain, and psychological trauma as well as self-concept and memory.
Guide: Working with journalists and the mediaby Cynthia Nyanduko Mauncho, Lindiwe Mafuleka
This article shares documents on working with journalists and the media from the perspective of a research programme, including through Media Advisory Groups and a Journalists in Residence program
This interactive Mesh learning webinar held in September 2020 explored the possibilities for community engagement with health research when we cannot meet in person. Find the recording here
Project Report: Right to Food Project - In their Voicesby Elizabeth Kimani-Murage, David Osogo, Hilda Owii, Michelle Mbuthia, Florence Sipalla, Teresia Njoki, Melaneia Warwick, Community Organized Groups, Nairobi
“Right to Food Project” was implemented by the African Population and Health Research Center from 2018 to 2019 in urban Kenya. Different participatory visual methodologies were used to engage with the community members on the right to food. These included graffiti and wall murals, digital stories, photovoice, radio shows, human libraries, participatory educative theaters, open air events and community dialogue.
Project Report: Cultural Complexity and Talking Treesby Carolyne Ngara, Mesh Editorial Team
Project Report: Confluence of the Old and New: Understanding Resistance to New Born Screening in Nigeriaby Adebolajo Adeyemo
Guide: Evaluating your Social Media Presence (community radio toolkit)by Community Radio Toolkit
A clear and accessible introduction to evaluation of social media linked to community radio initiatives but with wider application.