IEC Exhibition

Books on Communication for Social Development by Sage Publications India

SAGE PUBLICATIONS INDIA PVT LTD is a quality publisher of topical debates in all areas of the social sciences as well as contemporary business books. Known for its commitment to quality and innovation, SAGE is a world leader in its chosen academic, educational, and professional markets. SAGE strives to be the natural home for authors, editors and societies. SAGE India began with a mission to serve the South Asian social science community by providing a professional publishing and distribution service that was largely lacking at the beginning of the eighties. SAGE India was also committed to publishing journals unlike most other professional publishers. Over the years, the list has evolved and expanded as the company explores newer publishing avenues. Today, the main SAGE imprint emphasizes titles in the areas of development studies, economics, public policy, gender studies, sociology, social psychology, politics, as also new and emerging debates in fields as diverse as social justice, public health, the environment, human rights, security issues, literacy and education, civil society, empowerment and practical issues in the voluntary sector. The stalls at CMS SYMBOLS will have books and study materials related to communication and communication for social development.

Exhibition of IEC Materials on HIV /AIDS by APSACS

Andhra Pradesh State AIDS Control Society (APSACS) is the nodal agency working towards prevention and control and treatment of AIDS in the state since 1998. The prevention services include information dissemination to the general public on the routes of transmission, modes of prevention, reduction of stigma discrimination addressing myths and misconceptions. The prevention services offered to the High Risk Groups include Behaviour Change Communication and provision of treatment services for STIs. Over the period, APSACS has taken up massive IEC campaigns and now leading campaigns like the Be Bold which encourage people to go for HIV test in order to normalize the HIV testing and reduce the stigma associated with HIV testing. The stalls at CMS SYMBOLS will exhibit materials developed for HRGs and general populations as well as youth specific materials.

Exhibition by Information and Public Relations (I&PR) Department, Government of Andhra Pradesh

Exhibition by Directorate of Audio Visual Publicity (DAVP)

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