A brochure for adolescents about STIs, offering answers to frequently asked questions. Included are questions such as: "What are STIs?" "Could I have an STI and not know it?" "Can you get an STI if you use a condom?" "What should I do if I think I have an STI?" and many more.
A brochure for boys about puberty, answering frequently asked questions. Information covers: what is puberty, what's happening to my body, the penis, sperm, wet dreams, zits, spots, and pimples, and how to survive puberty.
This is a brochure for youth explaining the benefits of abstinence, to help youth to avoid getting involved in a sexual relationship, and to show love without having sex. It includes sections on "some lines you could use," how to be abstinent, and why it's good to wait.
A guide to facilitating discussions after community theatre performances. Includes steps to creating an effective play, the positive impact of theater, facilitation techniques, planning a community program, and discussion questions for specific health topics.
A guide to family planning counseling for service providers. There are pages with large illustrations for the client, and information / counseling guidelines for the service provider.
This is concept note about Club Risky Business, a multimedia campaign in Zambia focusing on concurrent sexual partnerships.
A strategy document for Club Risky Business, a multimedia campaign in Zambia focusing on concurrent sexual partnerships. The objective of the campaign is to serve as a “wake-up call” or “epiphany” for target groups.
The communication objectives were:
This is a USAID case study about Club Risky Business, a 10-episode fictional mini-series launched in 2009 on Zambian television. The series examined multiple and concurrent sexual partnerships (MCP) through the engaging stories of three male friends and their partners in the age of HIV.
This is a poster advertising the series Club Risky Business, a 10-episode fictional mini-series broadcast on Zambian television. The series examined multiple and concurrent sexual partnerships (MCP) through the engaging stories of three male friends and their partners in the age of HIV.
This poster is used as part of the Mothers Alive campaign in Zambia to reinforce messages given through other channels.