The coronavirus outbreak has caused major disruptions to daily life and children are feeling these changes deeply. While the return to school will be not only welcome but exciting for many students, others will be feeling anxious or frightened. This article offers tips to help children navigate some of the complicated emotions they may be facing with going back to school.
This curriculum was developed by the IRC and the Women’s Protection and Empowerment programme to equip adolescent girls with key knowledge and skills to help them to reduce, prevent and respond to gender-based violence (GBV).
The Tékponon Jikuagou in Benin developed and tested a scalable package of social network activities to engage men and women in discussion and reflection about unmet need for family planning.
An online course which covers several aspects of emergency risk communication.
This page will provide the latest answers to frequently asked questionsa bout Zika. It is a good resource for anyone needing background information on the virus, and for anticipating questions from the public and from medical personnel.
Current questions include:
This handbook contains material participants can use during and following training in effective communication. It is intended to be used by World Health Organization (WHO) staffers and trainers.
The range of topics covered by WHO’s risk communication training includes:
A guide that provides facilitators with background information about the needs of ALHIV, tips for starting an adult-led information and support group, and 14 sessions to follow in a group setting. The goal of the guide is to help ALHIV:
The I-Kit is designed to help program managers design and implement sound social and behavior change communication (SBCC) sexual and reproductive health (SRH) programs for 10 to 19 year-olds living in urban areas.
This template is to be used in planning the stakeholder engagement process. It has space for information about: