The RESPOND Project works to increase the use of high-quality family planning (FP) services. Led by EngenderHealth, the project addresses the unmet need for healthy timing, spacing, and limiting of childbearing by improving access to long-acting and permanent methods (LA/PMs) of contraception.

Life at the Turnoff is a 26-part radio drama series from the national HIV prevention campaign Safe Love. The radio drama series was designed for a rural audience ages 30-49. The drama follows the stories of fictional Zambian characters living in a rural village and the ways HIV affects them and their community.

The STOP Malaria board game is designed for primary school children but provides a fun and interactive way of learning about malaria for all ages. Based on the well-known game "Snakes and Ladders" or "Chutes and Ladders", participants roll a die and answer questions about malaria to advance from start to finish.