This TV advertisement focusing on gender awareness and violence against women, is sponsored by Gillette, a corporation which manufactures razors for both men and women. It focuses on the negative history of men's attitudes towards women, and warns that the men of today must realize that t
"Rhythm of Life" is Zambia's first music festival and health fair developed under the Health Communication Partnership, a six-year project funded by USAID, which provided family planning, reproductive health and maternal and child health service, HIV counseling and testing, counseling and referral for male circumcision, malaria testing, and othe
This is a True False Card Game from the Saath- Saath Project, for use by female sex workers (FSWs).
This is a HIV/STI flip chart from the Nepali Saath-Saath Project.
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
The Nepal Family Health Program (NFHP-I) was a six-year (2002-2007) activity which concentrated on strengthening the government’s health system by ensuring the provision of a basic package of quality Family Planning and Maternal and Child Health Services at every level of the health care system, particularly at
The purpose of this National Action Plan is to foster an environment of prevention in Scotland and to improve the welfare and quality of life of FGM survivors, with a focus on the linked areas of prevention, protecting girls at risk of FGM; and provision of appropriate support and sensitive services for survivors of FGM.
The Saleema Initiative in Sudan provides positive communication tools that support the protection of girls from genital cutting, particularly in the context of efforts to promote collective abandonment of the practice at community level.
A project by Population Media Center includes the production of radio programs in three languages (Amharic, Afar, and Somali):