3. Why is it important to send a single message across all these countries?
Joel: You know, using one consistent message has some big advantages. First, it keeps things clear and avoids any mix-ups when communicating, which really boosts the campaign’s credibility. Plus, it’s more likely to catch people’s attention and get the message across effectively. When you say the same thing over and over, it sticks in people’s minds. Don’t forget about the cost effectiveness of cocreating a campaign together instead of spreading resources all over the place.
Also, it’s way easier to work together and achieve common goals when everyone’s on the same page with a single message.
So, in a nutshell, using one message for all countries in the consortium is the way to go. It makes the campaign more effective, boosts credibility, saves resources, and helps everyone work together towards shared goals.
Benedicta: To begin with, we have the same problems, even if there may be specificities. In our countries, we all have young people, in our countries there are problems with access and the availability of information and contraceptive products, in our countries there are adolescents and young people who resort to illegal abortion and suffer the dire consequences.