Senior Behavior Change Communication Advisor
University Research Co., LLC (URC)
Linna Khorn is a talented communications expert with over 15 years of experience in communications, media, graphic design and multimedia design, and capacity building. As an accomplished leader in Behavior Change Communication (BCC) strategies and campaigns, Ms. Linna has led the development of BCC strategy for Malaria prevention and control for the National Malaria Control Programs (NMCPs). She developed bilingual BCC materials on Malaria for cross-border migrants along the Thai-Cambodia and Thai-Burma borders. She liaised with local media agencies to ensure the quality of BCC services and material production. She also collaborated with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport to integrate Malaria Health Education into the Primary School Program. An effective collaborator and advocate, she has engaged the private sector in Malaria interventions by working closely with development projects, agricultural and industrial companies, and private health facilities. As a Health Communications Technical Officer, Ms. Linna managed the design and implementation of BCC activities to support the Reproductive and Child Health Alliance (RACHA) Program’s Reproductive Health, Safe Motherhood, Birth Spacing, Child Health, Infectious Disease, Logistics, Capacity Building and HIV/AIDS/STI programs. She designed and managed multimedia works, such as training videos, video documentation, TV promotional and radio spots to support RACHA. Ms. Linna holds a Master’s in Development Management.
|2 FEB, 2018||15:30-17-30 hrs.||PS4.3||Community Systems: the Bedrock of Responses to EID and AMR|