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This framework provides step-by-step guidance and illustrative content for creating a strategic communication strategy to communicate accurately and effectively about Zika risk and prevention in an easy-to-understand and comprehensive format.

This book features two eight-year olds living in Africa: a girl called Kayla and a boy called Kendi. Kendi is living with HIV, but seems as happy as any other child. The story focuses on their carefree life at school, at home and in the countryside.

This video, which can be used on smart phones, describes several techniques that can be used to help prevent cholera, including methods of treating water, washing of hands, and seeking medical advice if/when one has the symptoms of cholera.

This animated video, available in English, French, Portuguese and Japanese, explains how counterfeit medications can look exactly like legitimate medication and how the public can easily be fooled in purchcasing medication that will not work and may even harm. or kill, patients.

This booklet was written for parents of children from 3 to 6 years of age, to help them explain their child's HIV status. At this age, children may ask many questions about why they go to the clinic or why they have to take medicines.

A booklet aimed at parents whose child is HIV positive.  It is aimed to be used with children over 9 years of age.  The booklet walks the parent through the various steps in telling a child about his/her HIV status, explaining what this means, and emphasizing that being HIV positive is not the child's fault.

Medical Aid Films aims to save the lives of vulnerable women and children in the developing world by providing innovative education and training through film.