This poster is part of the Scrutinize campaign, which asks the public to "scrutinize" or think about what they are doing in order to avoid HIV.
Scrutinize is an Entertainment Education project that focuses on HIV/AIDS education and prevention. "Scrutinize" is a term used to refer to "Scrutinizing," or checking out the behaviors that places young people at risk of HIV.
In Nigeria, investments on the demand side are desperately needed to publicly open the dialogue and establish the social acceptability of family planning; to increase (accurate) knowledge about methods and access points; to bring family planning discussion into everyday life, particularly among couples; and, ultimately to increase and sustain us
This toolkit was developed in response to the need to address TB stigma especially where TB and HIV co-infection rates are high. It involves participatory workshops with health-workers, people living with HIV, and ex-TB patients.
This case study kit explores how program planners can use data to design smart interventions that shape a father's role in child health. The kit includes an introductory video, a literature review, and materials used in Ethiopia and Vietnam.
The case study highlights 3 phases of this project: building a strategy, concept testing, and pretesting. Alive and Thrive (A&T) draws upon scientific evidence, assessments of infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices, and programmatic experience globally and in Bangladesh.
The Nigeria Urban Reproductive Health Initiative is designed to increase contraceptives use in selected urban sites in Nigeria (FCT, Kaduna, Ilorin, Ibadan, Zaria and Benin) with a focus on the urban poor. .
Living and Loving was a radio learning program for PLHA and their caregivers produced under the HCP-Z project in 2005.
This booklet describes some of the most common rumours and misconceptions about different methods of family planning.
This is a magazine insert promoting Shujaaz, to whom readers can send ideas, responses, and suggestions for various dilemmas asked by (fictional) fans via SMS and his Facebook page.