Zambia Centre for Communication Programmes (ZCCP) is a not-for-profit, locally based multi-media communications organization, which uses the power of the mass media (radio, TV and print) and social mobilisation to reach the Zambian population and to affect social and behaviour change. The organization uses a rigorous formative research process to generate appropriate edutainment content relevant to health and development priorities in Zambia.
Established in 2002, the core activities of ZCCP since then have taken place under the auspices of a Regional Health Communication Programme involving 9 country partners in southern Africa, which is co-coordinated by Soul City Institute. The programme seeks to impact on priority health and development issues in each Country through locally specific interventions that encompass building local capacity for effective health communication, developing and producing multi-media materials and contributing to a regional network across SADC.
ZCCP has developed Kwatu as a well known health and development communication brand, which has been used to carry all of ZCCP’s products. The full details of these products can be found under the programmes section of the website
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