Communication, in the context of Eminence, has been the backbone of majority of its accomplishments. For each team members effective communication has proven to be the definitive reason of our projects and programs success. Eminence believes that communication is a means to find a way for critical changes in the socio-political arena. As some of our major work is associated with behaviour change, communication plays a pertinent part in achieving such productive results. It is with effective communications that lead to bring about the expected behaviour by time.

Researches conducted in Eminence for the ultimate outcome of behavior change vastly depend on the utilization of efficient and tactical communication. This requires identifying the intended audience’s current stage of behavior change, which in turn helps tailor approaches and messages to their information needs. Eminence thus creates tailored messages that seek to move the intended audience from its current stage to the next stage. Knowing the audience’s current stage also helps to set realistic objectives for furthering progress of our organization.

For every matter of Eminence, communication is given superior attention. This is evident with the trusting relation with our potential partners - World Health Organization (WHO), Save the Children USA, Plan Bangladesh, Micro-nutrient Initiative (MI), Concern World Wide, CARE, and Concern Universal. Few most recent communication work of Eminence include:

  • Round Table Report of “Rapid Urbanization & Urban Health: Are We Ready to Take the Challenges?” for Bangladesh Urban Health Network (BUHN), 2010
  • Meeting Report on “Inequalities in Child Survival: Exploring the Case of Bangladesh” for Save the Children UK 2009
  • Translation of Booklets in Bangla for “World Diabetes Day 2009”; for International Diabetes Federation, 2009
  • Work Place Based Non-Communicable Diseases Prevention Programme in Garments Factories of Bangladesh: A Model Document; World Health Organization, 2009.
  • Flip Chart for Work Place Based Non-Communicable Diseases Prevention Programme in Garments Factories of Bangladesh; World Health Organization, 2009.
  • Training Manual for the Health Educators and Health Assistants for Work Place Based Non-Communicable Diseases Prevention Programme in Garments Factories of Bangladesh; World Health Organization, 2009.

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