General Health (non FP/RH)

This online training is a one to two-day course for people who design and implement agriculture projects, including those focused on food security, livelihoods, value chains, and/or broader agricultural market development. Completing the course will provide knowledge and skills to help agriculture projects become more nutrition-sensitive by leveraging agriculture’s potential to contribute to specified nutrition outcomes or results.

This resource guide is intended for use by national managers from immunization, reproductive, maternal child and adolescent health and other related programs. It may also be useful for global, regional and country level policy-makers and partners responsible for the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of integrated services, policies or health systems strengthening. The guide aims to bring together a range of relevant resources, summarize current knowledge and provide guidance on the integration of immunization with other health interventions, health policies or activities to strengthen health systems. The guide applies existing academic literature on integration. Included in the guide is information on the interventions, or packages of interventions, that might be integrated with immunization and a summary of documented country experiences.

This field-tested, six-day training curriculum responds to community development managers', program planners' and behavior change officers’ need for a practical behavioral framework that helps them with developing effective behavior change strategies in the fields of agriculture, Natural Resource Management (NRM), health, and nutrition.

CORE Group's research library is a searchable list of state-of-the-art tools, curriculums and technical resources covering multiple focus areas including Social and Behavior Change (SBC), FP, social accountability, general health and nutrition. The library was produced with multiple partner and member organizations.

This Care Group repository contains information, presentations, tools, curricula, and results reports regarding Care Group programs. The guides review how care groups are formed, how care groups are used to reduce child deaths and results from using various Care Group models.

The Circle of Care Model is a framework for understanding how SBC interventions, particularly strategic communication, can be used along the service delivery continuum before, during and after services. At each stage, three explicit areas are identified where SBC can be used to influence attitudes and behaviors among clients and providers. The end result is more effective service delivery programs that meet the needs of the intended audiences and contribute to improved health outcomes. 

This manual provides guidance for field-based conservation practitioners in developing countries on integrating health and family planning into community conservation projects. It is designed for those who are starting work in a new area as well as those who might be adding on a health or population component to an existing conservation project. In addition, some sections are likely to be of interest to health partners, development organizations and donors.

This toolkit is a strategic package of resources to guide program managers at implementing organizations, advocates, and decision makers through the processes of piloting, implementing, and scaling up integrated programs and advocating for policy change. These resources include: up-to-date global and country-specific background and reference materials to inform advocacy and assist with the design of evidence-based, state-of-the-art programs; job aids, curricula, and other tools to increase the effectiveness and quality of program activities and services; and, publications that detail key implementation processes and lessons learned.

This training manual is organized around concepts of M&E for SBCC interventions with strengths and weaknesses of approaches and recommendations wherever applicable. The manual aims to strengthen efforts of SBCC interventions by building capacity to effectively monitor and evaluate intervention against desired outcomes and provide learning for SBCC strategies. This training is intended for master trainers, state program M&E officers and managers, district level officials and supervisors whose main job is to monitor SBCC interventions in their geographical area of work.