This document is designed to serve as a handbook, or primer, for NGOs and CSOs that are considering joining the fight against TB. It provides information on TB and how it is prevented, diagnosed, and treated, how TB programs work on the ground, how communities and CSOs can get involved, and special populations that need extra attention.
This toolkit is designed to empower health managers at all levels of the health system to lead teams to face challenges and achieve results. It contains 38 exercises and tools complete with step-by-step guidelines and handouts for facilitating small or large group work.
Many maternal and child health programs want to add family planning (counseling, referrals or even services) into their programs. One way to get started is through social and behavior change. That means learning about the community’s family planning knowledge, attitudes and practices, and then creating strategies based on what is learned.
Over 7.5 million under-five children died in 2010 and three-quarters of all those deaths are mainly due to preventable causes: neonatal conditions, pneumonia, diarrhea, malaria, and measles.
The purpose of this resource is to provide guidance on implementation of Helping Babies Breathe (HBB) as a program for neonatal resuscitation in low-resource settings, and as a catalyst for advancing sustainable national programs for newborn and maternal health.
This manual is designed to help trainers in conducting workshops for religious leaders and women leaders of faith on gender-based violence and HIV. Training is organized into four sessions and includes instruction for various activities to be included as part of the training. It is structured as a three day session.
The Inner Spaces, Outer Faces Initiative (ISOFI) toolkit is designed for use by staff of international development and health organizations, and is made up of participatory group activities to help program staff to identify, explore, and challenge their own understanding of gender and sexuality in their lives, the lives of project participants a
When nonprofit organizations are able to invest adequately in staffing and infrastructure— “overhead”—they are better able to carry out their missions. This resource lays out steps that organizations and their supporters can take to create an environment in which healthy growth is experienced.
The Peer Education Toolkit is a group of resources designed to help program managers and master trainers of peer educators. The five parts of the toolkit are based on research and evidence from the field as well as local examples and experiences.