Global male life expectancy is four years lower than female and the ‘sex gap’ is widening. There are also significant variations in men’s health outcomes between and within countries. Improved men’s self-care practices would result in better health for men as well as for women and children. They would also help achieve UN’s SDGs and reduce costs for health systems.
Une vidéo présentant la stratégie de L'ANSS et de ses partenaires pour la campagne stop COVID-19 dans 60 jours.
A video outlining the strategy of L'ANSS and partners for the the stop COVID-19 campaign in 60 days.
Response to public health emergencies requires changes in regular behavioural patterns. Encouraging these changes requires coordination and an understanding of the culture and communities affected.
The World Health Organization (WHO) defines self-care as the ability of individuals, families, and communities to promote and maintain health, prevent disease, and cope with illness with or without the support of a healthcare provider.
This study highlights the importance of hotlines, combi-packs and clear packaging for ensuring that people can safely self-administer reproductive health medications.
This policy brief is based on a review of literature and interviews with community health, quality-of-care, self-care and MNCH experts.
Navigating the interpersonal side of recommendations about wearing masks and physical distancing can be tricky. Physical distancing runs counter to many of our social norms and complicates the ways we work, celebrate milestones, and generally interact with other humans. Things can get even more complicated when people’s boundaries and perceived levels of safety are in conflict.
The Breakthrough ACTION Guyana COVID-19 Facilitator Guide is a set of cue cards that are used by community facilitators to conduct community meetings or one on one sessions with community members.
Avec un financement de U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI), (Initiative présidentielle américaine contre le paludisme), le projet Breakthrough ACTION, géré par le Centre des Programmes de Communication (CCP) de Johns Hopkins, a collaboré avec le Programme National de Lutte contre le Paludisme (PNLP) et d’autres parties prenantes du pays pour mettre en œuvre une enquête comportementale vis-à-vis du paludisme (désignée en anglais par : Malaria Behavior Survey-MBS) sur les déterminants psychosociaux des comportements vis-à-vis du paludisme au sein d’un échantillon représentatif de ménages en Côte d’Ivoire.