Breakthrough RESEARCH’s suite of research activities in francophone West Africa aims to build the evidence base on the extent to which various approaches address behavioral determinants and improve family planning (FP) and reproductive health (RH) outcomes.
Un rapport de lignes directrices provisoires pour les États membres de la région africaine de l'OMS concernant la santé publique et les mesures sociales pour prévenir la propagation des COVID19.
A report of provisional guidelines for Member States in the WHO African Region regarding public health and social measures to prevent the propagation of COVID19.
To combat what the World Health Organization has called an "infodemic" around Covid-19, BBC News Africa has launched a searchable library of fact-checks debunking popular myths and misinformation about coronavirus in Africa.
Behavior change is complex and can be a challenging programmatic objective to achieve in any context, requiring a clear understanding of why people engage in behaviors in the first place. Tackling it from an unconventional perspective, however, may lead to fresh insights that can help inform the design of social and behavior change (SBC) programs and maximize their success.
This review of the literature on SBC programming summarizes the evidence, and lack thereof, in the Sahel, to establish a rationale for the planned Breakthrough RESEARCH RISE II SBC evaluation.
The PrEP Communications Accelerator is a free interactive, digital resource that supports national governments, program implementers, and health practitioners to develop marketing and communications that drive demand for PrEP in sub-Saharan Africa.
This is a series of demand generation 60-second radio spots for modern FP methods adapted to state-specific contexts and community structures/events. The radio spots are part of a FP campaign in Nigeria.
These posters, produced as part of the family planning organization NURHI in Nigeria, serve a dual purpose. They serve as job aids for service providers and as reminder materials for clients.
These brochures serve as a way of reinforcing information about family planning. They are distributed in Nigerian communities to remind community members of the benefits of birth spacing at all levels of society from the individual to the family and community level.
This referral card from Nigeria serves as a call to action item for clients who intend to visit a health facility for FP counseling. It was printed in English and distributed in Ebonyi, Sokoto, and Bauchi communities.