This is an interactive malaria messaging guide for providers to use when counseling clients about various malaria issues. It was created as part of a wider Provider Behavior Change project.
The Breakthrough ACTION project in Nigeria is managing a project involving sending reminder messages to people that received referrals for health services (ante-natal care, immunization, malaria testing, etc).
This toolkit was developed through a collaborative effort led by Women Deliver and The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (The Partnership) and supported by consultations with members of The Partnership’s Adolescent and Youth Constituency at country, regional and global levels, as well as technical partners and allies working on adolescent health and wellbeing.
The purpose of the app is to help increase tuberculosis case detection and enrollment in treatment through improved screening, documentation, and referral practices in the private sector. It has the potential for rapid scale and high impact in the fight against tuberculosis.
Voices for Change, V4C (Nigeria, 2013-2017) was a program which worked to strengthen the enabling environment for gender equality in Nigeria. The program targeted young women and men aged 16–25 years old and oeprated in four states in Nigeria: Enugu, Kaduna, Kano and Lagos. For some activities it operated at the federal level.
This brochure describes the efforts to strengthen the private health sector to support post pregnancy family planning initiatives in Lagos State, Nigeria. Post pregnancy is defined as the prevention of unplanned pregnancies during the 12-month period following delivery or miscarriage.
This is a two-page flyer describing the benefits for the private health sector of support post pregnancy family planning initiatives in Lagos State, Nigeria. Post pregnancy is defined as the prevention of unplanned pregnancies during the 12-month period following delivery or miscarriage.
This handbill/pamphlet developed in Nigeria provides information on how men can participate in their family’s health and support their wives/partners.
It outlines how they can help during: