This is a module created to improve preparedness for and response of communities in countries at risk of a cholera epidemic.
UNICEF, working with support from Johnson & Johnson, adapted the BabyCenter mission motherhood messages for health programs in low resource settings.
The Challenge Initiative (TCI) Nigeria commenced its technical support to the government of Nigeria in late 2016. It uses an innovative, demand-driven approach that encourages cities to assume an active role in the design and implementation of high impact interventions (HIIs).
Empowerment of female adolescents, at the individual level, is thought to be an important factor associated with norms and health, but the Female Empowerment Index has not previously been used to explore empowerment in relation to specific health outcomes or behaviors.
This brief provides rigorous evidence-based insights to policy makers, implementers, and researchers of social and behavior change programs on maternal and child nutrition during the 1,000-day period between a woman’s pregnancy and her child’s second birthday.
The Health Center by Phone, or Chipatala cha pa Foni (CCPF), was developed by Malawi’s Ministry of Health and Village Reach as a community-based hotline in the Balaka district of Malawi.
This page offers materials produced by the Ministry of Health in Nepal in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This website is a collaborative initiative that houses content and creative materials, related to COVID-19, curated by an editorial team. This content is in English, Hindi and other regional languages, and formats include images, GIFs, Videos etc.
The COVID-19 and Gender Buzzboard covers many topics generated by users, and is a collaborative tool for agenda setting and research initiatives.
De 2014 à 2020, le projet Evidence to Action (E2A), financé par l’USAID, s’est fixé comme priorité l’amélioration les indicateurs sanitaires des parents pour la première fois (PPPF) - définis comme les jeunes femmes de moins de 25 ans qui sont enceintes pour la première fois ou qui ont un seul enfant, et leurs partenaires masculins.