This case study highlights how, as part of its Community Epidemic and Pandemic Preparedness Programme, the Kenya Red Cross adopted a whole society, all-hazard approach to epidemic and pandemic readiness and embedded a One Health approach in community health promotion and community-based surveillance activities.
This case study, presented as an interview with the project coordinator, describes the development, implementation and impact of using murals as tools for social and behavior change.
This radio spot describes the possible risks involved with traveling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Breakthrough ACTION worked with the Kenyan Division of the National Malaria Programme to develop this spot that promotes malaria prevention, testing, and treatment.
This video, available in English and Swahili, shows a group of students returning to school and expressing concerns about COVID-19.
The Hygiene and Behavior Change Coalition (HBCC) created these spots and produced them in a variety of languages.
Kenyan girls miss four days of school every month, often due to pain connected to their menstrual cycle, lack of sanitary products and lack of knowledge about their period. This problem is acute in low-income settlements, where sanitary products are costly and hard to find, school facilities are inadequate, and health education is poor.
In 2018, Save the Children conducted qualitative research to better understand the influence of social norms on a health worker’s decision to provide contraceptive services to adolescents.
This tracker lists over 100 COVID-19 social and behavior change materials produced in Kenya and in other countries.
This resource tracks reports, presentations, documents, and other tools which are being accumulated as new information about COVID-19 in Kenya is published.