On this page are several materials about No Scalpel Vasectomy (NSV) created by the RESPOND project for Hindi audiences (also translated into English):
These TV spots were aimed at improving the image of pharmacists in Egypt via the AskConsult project.
The Communication for Healthy Living initiative was implemented on a national scale as well as in underserved communities, using a full spectrum of communication approaches from mass media and publicity events, to community mobilization and empowerment, to client-provider counseling support.
This video explains the basics of HTSP in a short animated form.
Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancies (HTSP) is an approach to helping couples time their pregnancies to occur during a mother’s healthiest years (ages 18-34) and space pregnancies by 3 to 5 years, improving both maternal and child health.
This is a generic type poster that can be used to explain four key messages of HTSP: too young, too old, too close, too soon.
This web page offers basic information about HTSP, including:
- Target behaviors
- Information about age of women (teens, older women), and safety of becoming pregnant at that age
This photonovel is meant to accompany the Shuga TV series. The story tells of a teenage girl who is approached by an older man, who offers to pay her school fees. She ends up in his apartment, and he attempts to seduce her. When she refuses, he beats her. She decides to take the case to court, braving the possibility of her friends' gossip a
This toolkit includes information, tools, materials, and reports from the Support for Service Delivery Integration (SSDI)-Communication project, implemented by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) and partners in Malawi from 2011-2016.
This Community Health Worker Flipchart is an integrated SBCC support material that contains cue cards and corresponding content on SSDI-Communication’s six focal health areas that aligned with the messages included in the Family Health Booklet. The flipchart is simple and easy to use, even for low-literate audiences.