A recent National Public Radio (NPR) story that aired on January 26 revealed how the Grand Imam of Guinea – a country still struggling with Ebola as rates begin to drop in Liberia and Sierra Leone – stepped up to the challenge of taking on a new role as Ebola messenger. Engaging faith leaders to […]
About Kathryn Bertram | Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs | Program Officer
Kathryn Bertram is a Program Officer with Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs who provides behavior change communication and advocacy support to child survival, malaria and nutrition projects. Within the past four years she has backstopped programs in Uganda, Nigeria, Nepal and Ethiopia, among others. Prior to her work with JHU•CCP, Kathryn supported projects for the International Food Policy Research Institute and was the Communications Director of a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation national health advocacy program.
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During a capacity building workshop in Freetown, Sierra Leone, this past June, the mood was understandably tense as Ebola continued to spread from the East. Tea-break conversations became heated about regional responses to it.
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