This short video explains how infections enter the body and how the body's antibodies attack them. It then goes on to explain the way vaccinations work, and how important they are in fighting disease. The video also shows statistics of how childhood mortality has decreased since the early 1990s due to the use of vaccines through, among other efforts, the GAVI project.
This is a video series developed for pregnant women and their families promoting relevant behaviors related to maternal and newborn health. Several issues including postnatal care, essential newborn care, family planning, immunization as well as malaria prevention and treatment are discussed through the six-part series.
This guide serves as a reference for health communication interventions, by providing a set of core messages that are accurate and consistent. It enable practitioners to communicate standardized messages to communities and audiences.
This short video describes what the coronavirus is, how it is spread, how to prevent infection, and what types of treatment are available.
This training video from Tanzania teaches service providers how to connect with, and advise, adolescent girls on matters relating to family planning and reproductive health. It suggests that the provider get to know the young woman, learn about her background and interests, and advise her based on one-on-one conversation.
The Ghana Behavior Change Support project ran from 2009 - 2014. This video captures some highlights from this national social and behavior change communication program targeting many health areas, including malaria, child survival, family planning and hand washing.
This is a series of first person experiences of love, struggle, doubt, happiness and strength. Four people candidly share their real stories. Four artists have worked with the storytellers to create original artwork inspired by their stories.
JHU CCP, with support from UNICEF, has developed an interactive package of tools and training resources designed to support frontline workers (FLWs) in their immunization work.