In 2012, as part of its support to the MoH community health program in the Inhambane province of Mozambique, Malaria Consortium provided a refresher training to hundreds of community health workers focused on the promotion of antenatal care services, including the prevention of malaria during pregnancy, and interpersonal communication and counse
mCenas! seeks to identify and address myths and misconceptions related to family planning among the youth in Mozambique and deliver that information via mobile phones. The content includes role model stories and informational messages short message service (SMS) messages sent to youth aged 15-24 to address family planning access and uptake.
This guide was primarily designed for boys and girls aged 10-14 from rural and urban areas of Haiti, Kenya, Mozambique and Rwanda.
Tchova Tchova Histórias de Vida - TTHV™ is a unique methodology designed for the Mozambican context to promote gender equity, HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment adherence, participatory development and collective action.
Integrated community case management (ICCM) – an approach where community-based health workers are trained to identify, treat and refer children under-five with pneumonia, diarrhea and malaria – is increasingly being used across sub-Saharan Africa to supplement the gaps in basic healthcare provision.
This manual is part of the Go Girls! Toolkit and was developed to assist a broad range of school personnel to understand girls’ vulnerability to HIV and the relationship between girls’ vulnerability to HIV, school and education.
This manual is part of the Go Girls! Toolkit and aims to help teachers teach students a range of life skills that will help them protect themselves from HIV/AIDS.
This manual is part of the Go Girls! Toolkit (see "Complete this package..." below) and prepares parents, caregivers, initiation counselors and other concerned adults to better communicate with the young people in their lives about the unique needs, concerns and interests of adolescents.
This manual is part of the Go Girls! Toolkit and aims to strengthen the skills of mobilizers and community facilitators to motivate communities around reducing girls’ vulnerability to HIV/AIDS. The Go Girls! Initiative aimed to reduce HIV prevalence among vulnerable adolescent girls aged 10-17 in Botswana, Malawi and Mozambique.
Go Girls! was guided by a comprehensive, five stage research portfolio including a literature review, formative research, baseline survey, process evaluation, and endline survey.
These reports tell the story of Go Girls! activities in Botswana and Mozambique
Surveys carried out throughout the project found: