This qualitative research report (available in English and Spanish) details the findings of formative research that sought to understand the perceptions of the effectiveness and feasibility of Zika prevention actions in the Dominican Republic.
This suite of Zika-Related Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices programmatic research briefs (available in English and Spanish) assesses various social and behavioral determinants related to Zika prevention in the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.
This Strategic Malaria Communication Guide was developed following an assessment that included in-depth interviews of key actors and a literature review that led to the definition of key focus areas and recommended communication tactics that National
These counseling cards were produced as part of a community-based child health program in 43 communities in the Dominican Republic. The program philosophy, structure and materials were adapted from the successful AIN (Atencion Integral a la Ninez) model for community-based growth promotion with support from USAID’s BASICS project.