Frères Pour la Vie (FPV) est un programme parrainé par l'USAID qui vise à accroître l'engagement dans le continuum des soins du VIH pour les hommes en Côte d'Ivoire. Le programme FPV Côte d'Ivoire est mis en oeuvre par le Centre des programmes de communication (CCP) - Bureau de Côte d'Ivoire en partenariat avec les organisations non gouvernementales (ONG) de prestation de services locales.
Brothers for Life (BFL) is a USAID-sponsored program designed to increase engagement in the HIV care continuum for men in Côte d’Ivoire. BFL Côte d’Ivoire is being implemented by the JHU Center for Communication Programs (CCP)–Côte d’Ivoire Office in partnership with local service delivery non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
This report presents findings from a quasi-experimental pre-post design trial designed to assess the effects of a digital health tool among couples of reproductive age in Kaduna City, Nigeria. Study participants included 670 women and 652 men who listened to an entertainment-education series on their mobile phones and then participated in the post-study survey.
This is an interactive malaria messaging guide for providers to use when counseling clients about various malaria issues. It was created as part of a wider Provider Behavior Change project.
Bulletin bimestriel de la plateforme One Health. C'est un moyen de communication des activités réalises en appui à la plateforme One Health dans le cadre du Global Health Security Agenda.
This powerpoint presentation contains the final report on the production and broadcast of season 3 of a captivating and popular Ghanaian youth-oriented TV serial on adolescent reproductive health which included messages from the "GoodLife, Live it Well" campaign.
Wadata means “prosperity” in Hausa, and represents the vision of collaborating with individuals, households, communities and government as co-creators to generate growth.
This fact sheet provides basic information about U=U. It opens with the question: Did you know that having an undetectable viral load on HIV treatment (ART) stops HIV transmission?
This toolkit was developed through a collaborative effort led by Women Deliver and The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (The Partnership) and supported by consultations with members of The Partnership’s Adolescent and Youth Constituency at country, regional and global levels, as well as technical partners and allies working on adolescent health and wellbeing.
In 2016, with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, PSI launched Adolescents 360 (A360), a 4.5-year program that works directly with young people to develop and deliver interventions that aim to increase demand for, and voluntary uptake of, modern contraception among girls aged 15-19 in Ethiopia, Nigeria, and Tanzania. This technical brief presents the case of Smart Start, A360’s intervention in Ethiopia, offering lessons for similar AYSRH programs seeking to design and implement scalable, sustainable, community-based programming for adolescents.