The Men's Health Kit was designed in Zambia as a facility-based teaching aid that can be used by health providers when counseling men about health.
Fact sheets on adolescent HIV trends, distribution of adolescent AIDS-related deaths, HIV treatment for adolescents, and adolescent knowledge, testing and behaviour related to HIV are available for the following countries:
- South Africa
Report from a creative workshop for a campaign in Zambia address Concurrent Sexual Partnerships (CSP). The report includes the following information:
This is an example of a creative meeting agenda. The agenda includes welcome, background, developing the creative brief and creative concepts, and developing the campaign.
This 20 minute program tells of a couple with two children. The husband has multiple partners outside the marriage, and eventually the wife throws him out. He realizes that he wants to return to his wife, but his wise uncle counsels him to get tested for HIV before doing so. He finds out he is negative, but realizes what a close call he had.
This is a SWOT analysis done for the PMTCT communication interventions underway in Zambia. The analysis outlines the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats related to the program.
This Learning Brief summarizes a qualitative process evaluation conducted to assess communities’ response to a community dialogue approach, after one year of implementation in rural settings of three countries (Mozamique, Uganda and Zambia), in terms of outreach, relevance and intermediate results.
This comprehensive booklet outlines many aspects of HIV. It begins with explaining how the body defends itself against illness, and then goes on to explain how HIV works in the body. In addition to the basic information, several HIV positive individuals are profiled throughout the booklet.
The contents include:
This pamphlet outlines the basic information about getting tested for HIV, emphasizing that knowing your status will empower you protect your body, your health and your partners.
This pamphlet explains the importance of getting tested for HIV as the first step in protecting oneself and one's partners and living a healthy life.