DHIS2 is a tool for collection, validation, analysis, and presentation of aggregate and patient-based statistical data, tailored (but not limited) to integrated health information management activities.
The Learning Collaborative to Advance Normative Change envisions a world where the powerful influence of social norms in shaping adolescents’ lives is widely understood, and where projects and programmes improve adolescent sexual and reproductive health by applyin
This tool provides an advocacy implementation plan template that helps users identify priority FP/RH decision-makers, assess their current level of familiarity with or support for male engagement, and tailor a unique advocacy goal and approach based on that decision maker’s specific priorities and spheres of influence.
This interactive online guide (available in English and Spanish) presents seven behaviors with the greatest potential to prevent the transmission of the Zika virus and in turn Congenital Zika Syndrome.
This report is based on the information collected as part of a capacity assessment and planning exercise under the Nepal – HC3 Project. Information was collected through a desk review of key National Health, Education, Information and Communication Centre (NHEICC) documents, a participatory assessment and planning process, and in-depth interviews with internal staff at the central level.
Service communication is the use of Social and Behavior Change (SBC) processes and techniques to motivate health service-related behaviors among intended audiences across the continuum of care – Before, During and After services.
The purpose of this program guide is to assist program managers in thinking through a successful and efficient plan for FP-ART service integration, but the principles apply for integrating core and additional services as well.
The guide is divided into six sections:
On May 2, 2018, the Woodrow Wilson Center's Maternal Health Initiative hosted a two-panel event in collaboration with World Vision U.S., focusing on the role of faith-based organizations in controlling the HIV epidemic through re