This poster was designed to inform the public about various aspects of COVID-19. It covers how it is spread, who is at risk, symptoms, and ways to protect oneself.
This review of the literature on SBC programming summarizes the evidence, and lack thereof, in the Sahel, to establish a rationale for the planned Breakthrough RESEARCH RISE II SBC evaluation.
This Perfromance Indicator Reference Sheet gives the details of the indicators for the Breakthrough ACTION Nepal project segragated by IRs.
Breakthrough ACTION Nepal led a desk review in Summer and Fall 2018 to gather existing peer-reviewed literature and grey literature on contraceptive use, ANC, institutional delivery, SBA, in Nepal. Three databases were searched: Pubmed, Scopus, and Web of Science.
In order to evaluate Breakthrough ACTION Nepal’s accomplishments over the implementation period (January 2018–March 2020), the team used a post-hoc, qualitative evaluation technique known as “Outcome Harvesting.”
Due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in December 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) had prioritized 13 African countries including Nigeria as the most vulnerable countries for importation of COVID-19.
Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health is producing materials related to COVID-19 for tribes to distribute.Some materials can be customized with tribal name and local contact number.
This checklist offers a scoring system for determining a patient's COVID-19 status. It has been used in hospitals in Uganda.
COVID-19 is a serious disease and all people living with HIV should take all recommended preventive measures to minimize exposure to, and prevent infection by, the virus that causes COVID-19. As in the general population, older people living with HIV or people living with HIV with heart or lung problems may be at a higher risk of becoming infected with the virus and of suffering more serious symptoms.
To explore changes in SBC capacity at the local, provincial, and federal levels where Breakthrough ACTION Nepal works, Breakthrough ACTION Nepal used the Most Significant Change (MSC) approach, a qualitative methodology involving key informant interviews with program staff and key collaborators. The MSC evaluation technique is well suited to evaluating complex settings where changes are not necessarily predefined or expected. This qualitative approach also offers the potential for organizational learning that can be used to inform future programmatic efforts.