This is a training manual for service providers working with men. The sessions in the manual teach participants to challenge the bias against engaging men in reproductive health and HIV services at the facility level.
This toolkit aims to help NGOs and CBOs make the most of their lessons and results, both in promoting their organizations, and in improving the quality of their own work and that of others. It is one of a series aiming to build practical skills, provide a training resource and continue learning.
This short piece walks the reader through the seven steps to a successful social media strategy, including:
This document presents strategies, program examples and research findings concerning how governments, the UN system, donors and civil society can make the reduction of HIV-related stigma and discrimination central in the national response to AIDS.
This guide is designed to help key staff and community volunteers assess and improve their efforts to abate HIV/AIDS.
TIPs is a formative research technique through which program planners pretest the actual practices that a program will promote.
This is a guide for creating and implementing a marketing plan. "DELTA" is the name PSI uses for its approach to marketing planning. The cornerstones of DELTA are Audience Insight and Brand Positioning. Decisions made and insights gathered here trickle down and influence all the other decisions made in the marketing plan.
This toolkit is written for community leaders, AIDS educators, people living with HIV, health workers, teachers, media workers, and others involved in the AIDS field in Cambodia. Its aim is to build awareness and commitment to confront HIV stigma, and promote more care and support for people living with HIV.
A guide to program managers about why and how to incorporate advertising agencies into the work of SBCC. The guide is designed to help the program managers find a full-fledged partner for designing, producing, and implementing comprehensive, multi-component long-term communication campaigns.
The SBCC-CAT assists organizations, donors and networks, and individuals to assess the quality of their SBCC programs and identify the strengths and weaknesses of current programs in five areas: 1) situation analysis, 2) strategy development, 3) materials development, 4) implementation, and 5) monitoring and evaluation.