USAID and Breakthrough ACTION R-CEFM Remedial Education Program Learning Documents

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Breakthrough ACTION Nepal’s Reducing Child, Early and Forced Marriage (Nepal R-CEFM) Project aims to strengthen the institutional and technical capacity of the Government of Nepal (GON). The project operates in Madhesh Province to design, implement, monitor, evaluate, and coordinate effective social and behavior change (SBC) activities and child protection (CP) system strengthening for reducing CEFM through a community-based, multi-sectoral, data-driven lens.

The following documents focus on R-CEFM project activities designed to increase learning outcomes for adolescent girls (with the inclusion of boys) through non-formal education.

  1. Remedial Education Program Learning in brief
  2. Remedial Education Program Infographic
  3. Quantitative Endline Assessment Report: Baseline and Endline Scores
  4. Qualitative Learning Documentation Report: Remedial Education Classes and Non-formal Approaches Used to Improve Learning Outcomes for Adolescent Girls (with the Inclusion of Boys) in Nepal
  5. Findings from a Most Significant Change assessment following the R-CEFM Project’s remedial education program
  6. Remedial Education Program Presentation

Source: Breakthrough ACTION/Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

Date of Publication: February 8, 2023

Choices and Challenges

This interactive tool (Sankey Diagram) helps users visualize and explore trends in contraceptive discontinuation and switching over a two-year period. It presents data from 15 countries across Asia and Africa.

Source: Population Reference Bureau

Date of Publication: September 1, 2022

Eswatini COVID-19 Mythbusters

The ten mythbusters, available in English and Siswati, were developed based on feedback received from chiefdom leadership who identified prevailing myths and misconceptions related to COVID-19 prevention, treatment or stigma related to recovery.

Key mythbusters tackle use of alcohol, garlic, hot baths, home remedies, sex, bleach and sanitizer, and hydroxychoroquine, with key facts. They also address misconceptions that only urban populations or older people are affected and reassure people about recovery.

The myths cover the following topics:

  1. Alcohol: Siswati English
  2. Garlic: Siswati English
  3. Hydroxychloroquine: Siswati English
  4. Older People: Siswati English
  5. Urban People: Siswati English
  6. Home Remedies: Siswati English
  7. Bleach and Sanitizer: Siswati English
  8. Hot Bath: Siswati English
  9. Sex: Siswati English
  10. Recovery: Siswati English

Source: Breakthrough ACTION/Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

Date of Publication: June 6, 2021

COVID-19 Infographics, Indonesia

These infographics are intended for the general public, and explain various aspects about dealing with COVID-19. Click on an image to see it larger.

Bijak Pakai Masker/Masker

An Infographic about the importance of wearing mask as one of the three key behaviors in COVID-19 prevention

Sumber Infomasi – Media Social (source of infomation – social media)

An infographic about trusted sources of information related with COVID-19 on social media. These accounts belongs to the Directorate of Health Promotion and Community Empowerment Ministry of Health (Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, Facebook, and website)

Jaga Jarak/Phyisical distancing

An infographic about the importance of physical distancing as one of three key behaviors in COVID-19 prevention, including the examples of some activities that we usually did before the pandemic such as gathering, that is now forbidden/not recommended.

Cara Batuk & Bersin/coughing

An infographic on how to cough and sneeze properly in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19

Interactive Voice Response (IVR)

An infographic about IVR service related with COVID-19. The menu consists of what is COVID-19, the spread and symptoms, and prevention. The IVR menu is updated regularly based on the latest update provided by the Ministry of Health.

Jika harus ke dokter/Faskes (visiting health service)

An infographic about new health protocols related with COVID-19 when we visit health services

Jika keluar rumah (if we have to go out)

An infographic about health protocols related with COVID-19 (wearing mask, maintaining physical distancing, and have the handsanitizer ready) when we are out in the public.

Sumber Infomasi – Website – source of infomation – website

An infographic about source of information – website. These websites are managed by the COVID-19 National Task Force.

Cara Buat Masker Sendiri (how to make your own cloth mask)

An infographic about how to make your own cloth mask

Ibadah dari rumah (praying from home)

An infographic about praying from home since most of the religious sites are closed due to COVID-19 especially related with maintaining physical distancing.

Peran Nyata Tokoh Masyarakat (roles of community leaders)

An infographic about the roles of community leaders in COVID-19 pandemic such as providing valid information to counter hoax, misinformation, and stigma

Cuci Tangan Pakai Sabun (handwashing)

An infographic about handwashing with soap as one of the three key behaviors in COVID-19 prevention, which also includes the steps in doing proper handwashing with soap.

Isolasi mandiri (self-isolation)

An infographic about self-isolation; what do we need and can do during the 14 days of isolation.

Jika sakit jangan panik (what to do when we are sick)

An infographic about not panicking when we have similiar symptoms with COVID-19.

Orang Tanpa Gejala/asymptomatic person

An infographic about asymptomatic person, including the definition and what to do if you fall into this category

Orang Dalam Pemantauan/Suspect

An infographic about people who are suspected to get COVID-19 and what to do when you fall into this category

Pasien Dalam Pemantauan/Confirmed case

An infographic about people who are confirmed to have COVID-19 and the general symptoms of COVID-19

Apa yang bisa dilakukan saat PSBB/Large Scale Social Restriction

An infographic on what can we do during the large-scale social restriction including practicing the three key behaviors for COVID-19 prevention

Apa yang tidak boleh dilakukan saat PSBB/Large Scale Social Restriction

An infographic about activities that are not recommended during the Large-Scale Social Restrictions including gathering, praying in religious sites, education in school, etc.

Nutrisi Puasa/Nutrition during fasting month

An infographic about maintaining good nutrition intake during fasting month in order to stay healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic

Silaturahmi dengan Teknologi

An infographic about the use of technology to meet families and friends (virtual meeting) especially during the fasting month and Eid holiday.

Tidak Mudik

An infographic about not visiting families in the village especially during the fasting and Eid Holiday. Visiting families in the village during fasting month and Eid holiday is considered as a yearly tradition for Indonesian people especially for the moslem.

Sholat Tarawih dan Sholat Ied

An infographic about not conducting sholat tarawih (special prayer during fasting month) and sholat Ied (special prayer on Eid day) in public. It is recommended to do both prayer at home with limited number of people.

Ramadhan di rumah saja

An infographic about staying at home during fasting month. In Indonesia, it is tradition to get together for breaking the fasting each day. However, during the COVID-19 it is recommended not to do this kind of tradition, instead, it is better to break the fasting at home with family.

This campaign includes radio spots, video spots, infographics, and a Question and Answer booklet.

Source: Breakthrough ACTION/Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

Date of Publication: December 24, 2020