This slide presentation describes the "My Island My Community" project in the Caribbean. My Island - My Community is an SBCC program that builds knowledge, shifts attitudes and changes behaviors to help create resilient island communities.
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Callaloo is a locally-written and produced serial drama that depicts characters facing troubling changes and decisions relating to pressing issues of personal health and the health of their surrounding environment; issues that individuals living throughout the Caribbean are facing in their everyday lives.
This learning package is designed for use in training of health care workers at all levels.
The aim is to:
This strategy will ensure that SBCC interventions (i.e. peer education/outreach, supportive communication materials, advocacy, social media etc.) are targeted and tailored to address barriers to social and behavior change, using a an approach that combines interventions appropriate to audience life-stages.
This is the script from a 20 episode radio program in Haitian Creole, encouraging parent-child dialogue, particularly on HIV/AIDS issues.
This user's guide is part of the Haiti Journey of Hope Kit - a set of practical experiential learning activities designed to address a range of HIV and AIDS related issues, in particular HIV prevention.
The aim of this 2008 study was not only to discover the effectiveness of HIV prevention messages but also to find out from the target audience how such campaigns could be more effective at reaching them and bringing about the required behavior modification to lead to HIV and AIDS prevention.
This manual and set of factsheets are designed to be used with the "What's Your Story" comic books.
These posters accompany a series of comic books which offer stories and ask the reader to decide what the individual in each story should do.
These comic books offer stories and ask the reader to decide what the individual in each story should do.