This is a module created to improve preparedness for and response of communities in countries at risk of a cholera epidemic.
This document compiles current information and key messages about the Ebola outbreak in Liberia to inform activities designed to raise awareness, mobilize communities, and promote safe behaviors to stop the spread of Ebola in Liberia.
The goal of this framework is to provide an overview of how Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) resources and activities need to be prepared for across different response pillars among provinces and countries neighbouring North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) was launched in February 2014 to advance a world safe and secure from infectious disease threats, to bring together nations from all over the world to make new, concrete commitments, and to elevate global health security as a national leaders-level priority.
Uganda is considered a "hot zone" for infectious diseases. Uganda is particularly vulnerable to epidemics because of its unique location near the Congo Basin; its close connection with other countries; the risk from natural disasters; and the ever-present threat of evolving pathogens or antimicrobial resistance.
This handbill/pamphlet developed in Nigeria provides information on how men can participate in their family’s health and support their wives/partners.
It outlines how they can help during:
This job aid was developed in Nigeria to provide information on how men can participate in their family’s health and support their wives/partners during various phases of pregnancy, labor, and infancy/childhood.
These 5 posters developed in Nigeria provide information on how men can participate in their family’s health and support their wives/partners during pre-pregnancy and pregnancy as well as during labor and delivery, postnatal care, infancy and childhood.
This primer looks at the role that challenges and motivations of health care providers—in particular, private providers in developing countries—play in their decision-making.