The Capacity Assessment Tool is used to evaluate the Social Behavior Change Communication and Knowledge Management skills and abilities of SBCC professionals. It is used for planning future capacity strengthening activities, and dicovering where, within an organization, an area of skill needs development.
This Toolkit is for policy makers, program managers, service providers, advocates, and others.
Alive & Thrive is an initiative in Vietnam aimed at improving infant and young child feeding by increasing rates of exclusive breastfeeding and improving complementary feeding practices.
This resource package provides tools including training resources, programming resources, and reference materials to help implement programs that will reduce malaria in pregnancy and provide effective treatment for pregnant women with malaria.
The Gender Roles, Equality and Transformations (GREAT) Project works to improve gender equity and reproductive health in Northern Uganda.
This manual is part of the Go Girls! Toolkit and prepares parents, caregivers, initiation counselors and other concerned adults to better communicate with the young people in their lives about the unique needs, concerns and interests of adolescents.
This toolkit was developed in response to the need to address TB stigma especially where TB and HIV co-infection rates are high. It involves participatory workshops with health-workers, people living with HIV, and ex-TB patients.
The toolkit is a collection of educational exercises to help explore, understand, and challenge stigma and discrimination toward men who have sex with men (MSM). It was created for workers in Cambodia and is for individuals and organizations that are working to stop stigma and discrimination toward MSM.
Go Girls! was guided by a comprehensive, five stage research portfolio including a literature review, formative research, baseline survey, process evaluation, and endline survey.
These reports tell the story of Go Girls! activities in Botswana and Mozambique
Surveys carried out throughout the project found: