This tool (available in English and Spanish) is for community volunteers and health promoters to facilitate home visits in support of the promotion of key behaviors for Zika, dengue, and chikungunya prevention. Each card has two sides, one with images to use when talking with the family and the other with information and images to help the volunteer understand and discuss each behavior.
This flipchart was created as part of the Bilharzia Prevention Communicaton Campaign in Uganda, 2017-2018.
This job aid was developed in Nigeria to provide information on how men can participate in their family’s health and support their wives/partners during various phases of pregnancy, labor, and infancy/childhood.
A guide to aid Community Mobilizers (CMs) in facilitating discussions around FP and Childbirth Spacing (CBS) for the adoption of a modern contraceptive method. There is a specific flip chart for Community Dialogue and Compound meeting
A video used to stimulate discussion in trainings. It depicts the contrast between theory and practice of clinical diagnosis in a semi-urban Nigerian context. It shows the procedure for conducting RDT for malaria and how a provider can effectively use interpersonal communication to manage clients. Accompanied by a discussion guide.
These are counseling and point of care materials developed for health facility providers and Proprietary Patent Medicine Vendors (PPMV) on adherence to Rapid Diagnotic Test (RDT) for malaria results.
This is a flipchart designed to aid Community Volunteers (CVs) in facilitating discussions around malaria appropriate behaviors during community dialogue sessions. There are versions for Nasarawa, Benue, Akwa Ibom, Kebbi & Zamfara. It includes information about:
This checklist was created for use in refugee situations so that service providers can quickly review how to prevent and reduce malaria through the distribution of Long-lasting Insecticide Treated Nets (LLIN).
This training manual for cholera prevention and control is intended for community health workers (CHWs) to help their communities prevent cholera illnesses and deaths.