Innocent Kommwa is a seasoned health and development communication expert with more than 17years of experience in using communication to improve health and development outcomes. His workhas focused on assisting communities in HIV prevention; increasing uptake of reproductive, maternaland child health interventions; promoting girls’ education; and prevention of malaria. Innocent helped found the Pakachere Institute of Health and Development Communication, one of theleading health communicatiuon NGOs in Malawi and Southern Africa. He has also done work with othernational and international organisations, including UNICEF, UNFPA, UNOPS, FHI 360, Oxfam PSI andCARE International. Innocent currently provides consultancy services in health social and behavior change communicationto a number of organisations, with recent assignments being in Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and SierraLeone.
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Being awarded the prestigious Simon Gaskell Canon Collins Scholarship to study at Queen MaryUniversity of London.
Advancing health and development of adolescents all over Africa.