This is a job developed for use by frontline workers (Health Education Workers as well as Animal Health Workers) who are working at the community level.
This job aid is developed for frontline workers (Health Education Workers as well as Animal Health Workers) who are working at the community level to help community members engage with community representatives. Community representatives include, for example, elder men and women, religious leaders, teachers, traditional healers, agricultural development agents, and other relevant bodies. The job aid aims to help facilitate dialogue on how to prevent and control priority zoonotic diseases (anthrax, brucellosis, and rabies) in the community.
This guide is designed to facilitate a two-day training of Human Health and Animal Health Extension workers.
This message guide is intended to provide a reference for presenting accurate, standardized, basic health information in simple language, using a health message format relevant to the prevention and management of anthrax, brucellosis, Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza, Rift Valley Fever, and rabies in Ethiopia. It aims to facilitate coordination across sectors to ensure effective, consistent, and credible communication of messages through multiple sources and channels.
From 2001-2007, USAID via PEPFAR (through CDC) funded the Ethioopian HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Office to establish and run an AIDS Resource Center (ARC). Its objectives included:
- Provide up-to-date and accurate information on HIV/AIDS, STIs, and TB related issues
Launched in 2016, (re)solve is a four-year project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. It is led by Pathfinder International in partnership with Camber Collective, The International Center for Women, and ideas42, and is active in Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, and Ethiopia.
The Breakthrough ACTION team in Ethiopia prepared this newspaper ad to create awareness about COVID-19 symptoms and prevention.
The project has produced a variety of posters, brochures, and stickers for COVID-19 prevention.
These flyers were produced with technical assistance from the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs.
These posters, banners, and newspaper ad were produced with technical assistance from the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs.