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Ce travail consiste en une revue des travaux de recherche sur les déterminants comportementaux de 5 groupes de maladies prioritaires du programme de sécurité sanitaire international en Côte d’Ivoire que sont : les maladies dues à Mycobacterium ; les infections bactériennes et parasitaires ; les Fièvres hémorragiques virales (FHV) et à Arbovirus; les maladies respiratoires ; et la Rage.

The Nepal Family Health Program (NFHP-I) was a six-year (2002-2007) bilateral activity of United States Agency for International Development, Nepal (USAID/N) with the Government of Nepal.

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. Suaahara developed and implemented the integrated Bhanchhin Aama (“Mother knows best”) cohesive platform which involved multiple sectors (Nutrition, Agriculture, WASH, Health Service Promotion, Family Planning), linked Suaahara partners, government and others, and had multiple messages for every target audience (pregnant women, husbands, newly married women, mothers-in-law, etc.). 

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.

The Network for a Healthy California mapping application is an interactive, internet-based Geographic Information System (GIS) that allows users to view and query mapped nutrition data.

The application contains a set of nutrition and other health related data, including:

HealthPhone™ is a personal video reference library and guide to better health and nutrition practices, for families and communities, including the illiterate, in their language, distributed on mobile phones.

Arab Women Speak Out (AWS0)™ was conceived in 1999 as an innovative documentary, training, and advocacy project designed to promote women’s empowerment and active participation in social development throughout the Near East.The project features print and video profiles of women in Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Tunisia, and Yemen who are perceived a

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