The term "RH supplies" refers to any material or consumable needed to provide reproductive health (RH) services. This includes, but is not necessarily limited to contraceptives for family planning, drugs to treat sexually transmitted infections, and equipment such as that used for safe delivery.
These infographics can be downloaded and include the following topics:
- Polio cases per year
- Polio timeline
- Vaccines save lives
- Potential of vaccines against rotavirus
The Brothers for Life campaign was launched in South Africa in 2009 to address the risks associated with multiple and concurrent partnerships, sex and alcohol abuse, and gender based violence and which also promoted HIV testing, male involvement in PMTCT and other health seeking behaviors.
This guide is part of the VMMC Communication Toolkit which was developed to create and sustain demand for Voluntary Male Medical Circumcision (VMMC) and reinforce that, while VMMC reduces risk for men, it does not prevent
This comic book is part of the “Know Yourself” Adolescent Reproductive Health (ARH) Communication Program, developed by the Bangladesh Center for Communication Programs (BCCP), with support from the ARH Working Group, technical assistance from the Health Communication Partnership, based at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Pr
This document serves as an example of a communication strategy for prevention and control of malaria in pregnancy. It covers background about malaria in pregnancy, walks the reader through the strategy design process, points out where malaria can be integrated into a communication strategy, and lists priority problems.
This monitoring form was used as part of the Religious Leaders' Training Package. Once religious leaders had developed their individual action plans on how they would incorporate family health messages into their work, the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs would monitor the progress.
This action planning form was used as part of the Religious Leaders' Training Package. Religious leaders would participate in an observation study tour to witness how others had successfully incorporated family planning messages in a religious framework.
From 2009 to 2011, ICRW collaborated with government, civil society, and donor organizations in Uganda and Cambodia to do the following:
• Identify strengths and gaps in how these two countries’ national strategies, policies and action plans address gender inequality as a social driver of HIV;