This is a True False Card Game from the Saath- Saath Project, for use by female sex workers (FSWs).
This is a HIV/STI flip chart from the Nepali Saath-Saath Project.
This is flip chart is for use by female community health volunteers (FCHVs), and is a product of the Saath-Saath Project. It is designed to provide information to FCHVs regarding family planning methods and HIV/STI so that they can disseminate correct information to the community.
This is condom negotiation wheel game from the Saath-Saath Project. Its purpose is to disseminate messages regarding correct and consistent condom use. In addition, it is designed to build condom use negotiation skills among female sex workers visiting drop-in centers and reached through outreach sessions.
This is a Risk assessment card game from the Saath- Saath Project.
This game is designed to enhance knowledge and skills for avoiding alcohol and drug use and to encourage knowledge, attitude and practice for not using alcohol and drugs.
It helps to build the capacity of beneficiaries to negotiate drugs and alcohol use for safer sexual behavior.
This is a flyer regarding water, sanitation and hygiene, reproduced during the post-earthquake period in Nepal in the spring of 2015.
CRS in Nepal piloted injectable contraceptives through pharmacies in the Kathmandu Valley in 1994, under the local brand name Sangini-Tin Mahiney Sui (Sangini three-month injection). Prior to the social franchising of Sangini, Depo-Provera was available only through public sector clinics and hospitals.
The first file is a success story of family planning satisfied users during an interaction. Similarly, second file describes how the integration of family planning service with immunization could increase uptake of family planning service at rural areas. The third file depicts an event how a man was interested in NSV after couple counseling.