VRIDDHI: Scaling Up RMNCH+A interventions Project works with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in India to realize its goal of ensuring comprehensive and integrated health services to mothers, children and adolescents through a ‘continuum of care’ approach.
In order to increase the skills of health workers, and encourage them to apply the ABIBADAN-based counseling approach consistently and effectively. HC3 conducted a 3-day workshop to design supplementary IPCC modules using a scenario-based approach, that HWs can use in a self-learning environment to improve their counseling knowledge, skills and
This photonovel is meant to accompany the Shuga TV series. The story tells of a teenage girl who is approached by an older man, who offers to pay her school fees. She ends up in his apartment, and he attempts to seduce her. When she refuses, he beats her. She decides to take the case to court, braving the possibility of her friends' gossip a
This comic book is based on the Season 3 story of the Shuga TV Series which was based that year in Nigeria. It tells the story of a young couple, and covers topics such as domestic violence, reproductive health, HIV, HIV testing, faithfulness, and multiple partners. It is meant to accompany the TV series.
The comic book, part of the Moyo ndi Mpamba, Usamalireni (“Life is precious, take care of it”) campaign, tells the story of Chimwemwe, a primary school girl who suffers from malaria and is absent from school, can’t play and loses her appetite.
Suaahara was a five year (2011-2016) project funded by USAID aimed to improve the nutritional status of women and children in 41 districts of Nepal.
The Sara Communication Initiative was developed in 10 countries of Eastern and Southern Africa, with UNICEF assistance. Educating adolescent girls and their parents about the importance of staying in school is one of the main messages of this lively radio series.
Meena is a cartoon character from South Asia, a spirited, nine-year-old girl who braves the world – whether in her efforts to go to school or in fighting the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS in her village. Meena is widely recognised and appreciated in most South Asian countries, and is a successful advocacy and teaching tool for girls’ and children’
These comic books are pictorial discussion guides for groups that directly link to the Bhanchhin Aama ('Mother Knows Best') radio program weekly radio drama and reinfoce the Suaahara program's integrated nutrition messages and model behaviors.