This poster illustrates the four rules for treating diarrhoeal disease at home:

  1. Give the child more fluids
  2. Give zinc tablets every day for 10 days
  3. Continue feeding the child as usual
  4. Take the child to a health center of the condition doesn't improve

This collection of slides presents various elements of a behavior change communication campaign in India that focused on raising awareness and promoting the benefits of oral rehydration salts (ORS) and zinc to treat childhood diarrhea.

The checklist is based on criteria endorsed by the WHO to determine with reasonable certainty that a woman is not pregnant. Evaluation of the checklist in family planning clinics has demonstrated that the tool is very effective in correctly identifying women who are not pregnant.

This wall chart contains basic information about 11 forms of contraception.  It is meant to be used in a clinic setting to provide information and to elicit cllient questions, encouraging conversation between the client and the service provider. Available in English and French.


This is a checklist used by Breastfeeding and Complementary Feeding (BRAC) supervisors in Bangladesh to observe frontline workers counseling mothers of infants 0-5 months old and 6-24 months old on infant and young child feeding. 

The question categories are: