Abstract The main objective of this paper is to seek an answer to an important research question: Why did some communication campaigns on health and population issues in Egypt succeed, while others failed to make the desired impact on behavior and subsequent outcomes, such as reduced mortality or lower population …Read More »
Farag Elkamel is Professor of Communication at Cairo University and was Dean of the faculties of communication at Ahram Canadian University-ACU and MSA Universities in Egypt. He is also an international expert in development, population and health communication. Elkamel received his doctorate and M.A. degrees from the University of Chicago.