The Community Health Program Implementation Guide was developed by the Communication for Healthy Living Project to help community level NGOs and CDAs to carry out a package of family health interventions that have been proven to improve community health.
Materials in this toolkit include a facilitator’s guide, community mobilizer’s cards, roleplay cards, storytelling finger puppets, promotional proverbs and best kept secrets throw boxes, promotional playing cards, and dialogue buttons.
The toolkit is a collection of educational exercises to help explore, understand, and challenge stigma and discrimination toward men who have sex with men (MSM). It was created for workers in Cambodia and is for individuals and organizations that are working to stop stigma and discrimination toward MSM.
This toolkit is written for community leaders, AIDS educators, people living with HIV, health workers, teachers, media workers, and others involved in the AIDS field in Cambodia. Its aim is to build awareness and commitment to confront HIV stigma, and promote more care and support for people living with HIV.
The Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancy (HTSP) Counseling Pathways: A Counseling Tool for Health Care Providers can be used to identify a woman who may be at risk of a closely spaced pregnancy or pregnancy at too early an age.
C‐Change created this learning package to facilitate face‐to‐face workshops on social and behavior change communication (SBCC) and interpersonal communication (IPC) for health care workers (HCWs).
The Balanced Counseling Strategy (BCS) is a strategy designed to be interactive and client-friendly. It uses three key job aids to guide comprehensive and high-quality reproductive health and family planning counseling to clients.
Go Girls! was guided by a comprehensive, five stage research portfolio including a literature review, formative research, baseline survey, process evaluation, and endline survey.
These reports tell the story of Go Girls! activities in Botswana and Mozambique
Surveys carried out throughout the project found:
Johns Hopkins University Health Communication Partnership (JHU/HCP) used this research tool to facilitate discussion among peer groups in Namibian communities to gain insight into the issues and problems that they are dealing with and how these intersect with the HIV/AIDS problem in a community.