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.
Young Adults 13-17
This factsheet shares results from a targeted study to better understand which social and behavior change programming approaches are most effective for encouraging out-of-school youth ages 15 to 19 to adopt priority reproductive health and family planning behaviors.
GO VIRAL! is a 5-minute game that helps protect the public against COVID-19 misinformation.
This is a set of materials developed to provide Mosques with information and materials around COVID-19 prevention. Includes a short book, video, flyer, poster, and banner.
This emerging learning document details the lessons learned from the first phase of the Didier comic book series in Cote d’Ivoire, which focused on engaging young men in the informal sector on sexuality, family planning and relationships.
This webpage introduces the Innovation Lab project, implemented in Burkina Faso under Transform/PHARE.
Didier is a human-centred design (HCD) activity seeking to engage and promote dialogue among young men working in the informal sector of the economy and their partners about contraception and family planning (FP).
Live Prototyping is all about learning what works, and evolving what doesn’t, in order to arrive at a solution that is best adapted to the needs of young men working in the informal sector.
This video follows a young couple discussing the use of masks. The young woman convinces her boyfriend to use a mask to protect himself and others from COVID-19.