A project by Population Media Center includes the production of radio programs in three languages (Amharic, Afar, and Somali):
The study shows that youthfriendly service providers trained to provide IUDs and implants in a safe and competent way increases the probability that these long-acting methods will be adopted by youth.
This is a checklist-type job aid for health professionals to use when a woman presents with leakage of urine at a primary health center.
This is a job aid for diagnosis of obstetric fistula when women present with a leakage of urine at a primary health care center. It offers a yes/no checklist for description of the women's symptoms, and a list of "to dos" to prepare the woman for repair surgery. There is also a list of references for further reading.
Journey of Life (JOL) is a radio serial drama designed to encourage young Ethiopians to protect themselves from HIV/AIDS and unwanted pregnancies. The radio drama was developed to combat HIV/AIDS and the dangers of overpopulation among 15-30 year olds.
The overall purposes of the radio drama were:
This guide represents an effort of different organizations working in health in Ethiopia to harmonize their messages around the topics of family planning and reproductive health.
Seven TV spots, directed to Ethiopian men, focus on a critical feeding practice and correlate good farming practices and good feeding practices through agrarian analogies. The aim is to create support for the actions and fulfill fathers' desire for smart, healthy, and strong children.