Violence Against Children in malawi

Three New Awards Highlight Importance of CMM Communications Tools

  “Very shocking statistics. We really need to do something.” That comment came from Trish Banda in Lilongwe, Malawi’s capital city, after seeing the Violence Against […]

Changing Environmental Behaviour

Behaviour-change communications has always been the bedrock of Chocolate Moose Media’s (CMM) animation strategy. CMM producer Jasmine El Mulki has a passion for the environment and […]

Will the World Humanitarian Summit Succeed?

By Firdaus Kharas   On May 23 and 24 the world’s political leadership will convene in Istanbul for the first-ever World Humanitarian Summit, organized by the […]
Controlling mosquitos is the best way to eliminate viruses carried by the insect. But sometimes the control methods can be as bad as the diseases. Traditional methods like getting rid of standing water and using repellents and bed nets are still the best. Image courtesy of Getty/AFP.

Targeting Zika and Other Mosquito-Borne Diseases

Zika is just the most recent talked-about disease that is spread by mosquitos. There are dozens of viruses that are borne by the mosquito family (Culicidae) […]

After Ebola: Stopping Zika With Grassroots Information

Ebola is easy to demonize. It has visuals of bleeding eyes and mouths and a history of slow, grisly death. Zika doesn’t instill the same fear […]

The Year of Saving Lives

When a young intern at United Methodist Communications (UMCOM) spent her summer of 2015 uploading thousands of Chocolate Moose Media (CMM) animated videos, she was creating […]
Angelique Kidjo is a committed activist and humanitarian. Courtesy of

Angelique Kidjo’s Praise Of Prevention: Sublime And Angry

Halfway into Chocolate Moose Media’s In Praise of Prevention, the second of three animated videos aimed at Ebola and West Africa, Andrew Huggett’s score starts to […]
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Diabetes is growing so quickly as a public health threat that accurate figures seem to change every month. This year about 400 million people are suffering […]