This training manual for cholera prevention and control is intended for community health workers (CHWs) to help their communities prevent cholera illnesses and deaths.
The strategy unifies activities across the areas important during the “First 1,000 Days” (from the beginning of a pregnancy through the end of a child’s first year) – safe pregnancy, exclusive breastfeeding, complementary feeding, birth spacing, hygiene, sanitation and baby WASH, and home-based agriculture, as well as relevant gender norms.
This Strategic Malaria Communication Guide was developed following an assessment that included in-depth interviews of key actors and a literature review that led to the definition of key focus areas and recommended communication tactics that National
This brochure describes the "My Island My Community" project in the Caribbean.
My Island - My Community is an SBCC program that builds knowledge, shifts attitudes and changes behaviors to help create resilient island communities.
The program focuses on:
Callaloo is a locally-written and produced serial drama that depicts characters facing troubling changes and decisions relating to pressing issues of personal health and the health of their surrounding environment; issues that individuals living throughout the Caribbean are facing in their everyday lives.
This document serves as the guiding document for the elaboration of the Country Programme of Cooperation between UNICEF and the Government of Belize (2013-20161 ), and will contribute to the development of the new Common Country Assessment (CCA) and the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF).
This learning package is designed for use in training of health care workers at all levels.
The aim is to:
This strategy will ensure that SBCC interventions (i.e. peer education/outreach, supportive communication materials, advocacy, social media etc.) are targeted and tailored to address barriers to social and behavior change, using a an approach that combines interventions appropriate to audience life-stages.
This is the script from a 20 episode radio program in Haitian Creole, encouraging parent-child dialogue, particularly on HIV/AIDS issues.
A five-year study in Haiti found that the preventive approach was more effective in reducing population malnutrition levels than the recuperative approach.