The Rwanda Compass is a sister site to the Global Compass. It provides a curated collection of resources, materials and guidelines that have been designed for and implemented in Rwanda.
This library includes resources from SPRING's work to help social and behavior change (SBC) practitioners design, implement, and monitor effective SBC interventions for nutrition.
This manual was developed for master trainers to train trainers who in turn train field implementers—health workers, health assistants, CBO health promoters and non-literate as well as literate community volunteers—to lead facility and community-based health promotion sessions.
This brochure, develolped in Rwanda, highlights ARV-based approaches for preventing the transmission of HIV. The brochure explains that treatment as prevention involves taking ARVs as soon as you are diagnosed with HIV –irrespective of the CD4 count.
This strategy is part of the Rwandan national initiative intending to significantly reduce malaria morbidity and mortality. The program has behavior change at its foundation, and it requires people to adopt the necessary behaviors to achieve malaria pre-elimination. In order to carry out this work, massive community mobilization is required.
This guide was primarily designed for boys and girls aged 10-14 from rural and urban areas of Haiti, Kenya, Mozambique and Rwanda.
In Rwanda, a flagship community mobilization activity is the ‘Captain and Coach Approach.’ Derived from an entertainment education strategy, it utilizes the popularity of soccer in Rwanda as a mechanism for disseminating health information for hard to reach out-of-school youth.