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These posters, part of the Breakthrough ACTION project in Zambia, show healthy, strong men who have been on ARV medications for years, performing hard work, and looking well.  They are part of the "Know Your Status. Get Tested. Get Treated!" campaign.

From 2001-2007, USAID via PEPFAR (through CDC) funded the Ethioopian HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Office to establish and run an AIDS Resource Center (ARC). Its objectives included: 

  1. Provide up-to-date and accurate information on HIV/AIDS, STIs, and TB related issues

BRIDGE I 

The Malawi BRIDGE 1 Project, 2004-2009, was aimed at reducing new HIV infections in the country by engaging Malawians to protect themselves against HIV, assisting stakeholders in moving from talk to action, and helping communities create a more helpful future through ‘Nditha’ meaning ‘I Can’ brand. BRIDGE was designed to energize change in the way Malawians think and speak about HIV/AIDS and more importantly, in how they act.

Findings from BRIDGE I showed that exposure to the program led to improvements in factors that influence behavior, such as couple communication, efficacy to remain faithful, and community vibrancy. Creating a sense of hope, self-efficacy and community responsiveness were critical achievements in BRIDGE I

This mobile application is developed to support rural women and couples to better manage and track their health, mainly during pregnancy, through delivery and after birth.

This mobile application is developed to support rural women and couples to better manage and track their health, mainly during pregnancy, through delivery and after birth. Designed for use on both smart and basic phones, the approach invokes a simple, easy to navigate format containing relevant, engaging, and educational content. Key features of the app include growth-monitoring tool, scheduling for ANC and immunization visit. It is available in three languages (Amharic, Afan Oromo and Tigrigna) and no internet connection required to transfer or use the application.

This is a guide for the Erkab radio program, part of the Ethiopia Communication for Health project, designed to be used by the producers of the program. This document was a result of a content development and drama design workshop.

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