These materials are part of a family planning campaign - Parivar Niyojan Smart Banchha Jeewan (Family Planning makes a smart life), launched in Nepal on 21st August 2015 in an effort to reposition family planning for the young married couples (aged 15-29).
The Men's Health Kit was designed in Zambia as a facility-based teaching aid that can be used by health providers when counseling men about health.
The goal of the Chunauti (which means “challenge” in Nepali) project, which was supported by USAID and implemented by CARE, was to decrease the harmful practices of child marriage and gender-based violence in three districts of Nepal - Dhanusha, Mahottari, and Rupandehi - and strengthen the enabling environment at the national and district level
The goal of Healthy Women of Ukraine Program Family Planning (FP)/Reproductive Health (RH) communication strategy is to increase positive attitudes and expand the use of modern contraceptives as an alternative to unintended pregnancy and associated abortion.
The objectives of the strategy are:
The USAID-funded Suaahara ‘Good Nutrition’ Project’s Bhanchhin Aama (“Mother says”) campaign comprehensively integrates nutrition, sanitation, agriculture and health services promotion to improve health outcomes. The program focuses on families within the 1000 days from pregnancy till the child is two years old.
Indigenous Guatemalans have faced a multitude of barriers to access and use of family planning services, as evidenced by the 2008 USAID Health Policy Initiative study. Family planning activities in Guatemala are founded upon the 2005 Ley de Acceso Universal y Equitativo de Servicios de Planificación Familiar, a controversial family planning law which was not enacted until 2009 after a four-year legal battle between opposing institutions.
The learning objectives of this presentation are for the trainee to be able to tell others
The complementary feeding wheel is an interpersonal communication tool designed for low literate community mobilizers to talk to family members about how to feed their child.
This is an inventory of all of the media/materials produced under the Ghana Behavior Change Support (BCS) Project from 2009-2013.
These information cards were produced as part of the Behavior Change Support (BCS) project in Ghana. They are designed for individual or group discussions, and provide information on various health topics. The health worker/educator shows the cards to the group, who then launch into a discussion about the health topic.