This tweet from Jhpiego quotes the World Health Organization's recommendations for pregnant women and breastfeeding women during the time of COVID-19.
This brief summarizes the current evidence on interventions used by family planning programs that sought to improve women’s or girls’ economic empowerment and that measured key family planning outcomes.
The poster "You Are Not Alone: Help Is Available If You Experience Violence or Abuse", available in English and Siswati, targets women and families to have a safety plan and access local violence/abuse support services. The material was developed as a response to a noted increase in domestic violence due to COVID-19 lockdown period.
This poster targets women and children who may be experience abuse or violence in the home.
This poster, available in English and Siswati, targets women and children in Eswatini who may be experiencing violence at home. The key message highlights the importance of having a safety plan if women and children need to leave in a hurry because of abuse or violence.
This page offers several infographics that can be used to alert the public about what to do if one is experience violence. The infographics cover the topics of making a safety plan, and how the health system, the government resources, and health workers can help.
This page offers health workers as well as the general public answers to questions about violence against women in the context of COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing unimaginable human suffering and is likely to heighten gender-based inequalities around the world. As economic activity comes to a halt, women who face disadvantage in access to decent work will suffer the most.
This is a video series developed for pregnant women and their families promoting relevant behaviors related to maternal and newborn health. Several issues including postnatal care, essential newborn care, family planning, immunization as well as malaria prevention and treatment are discussed through the six-part series.