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 one page job aid is an instructional sheet developed in pictorial format inorder to instruct healthworkers about how to apply CHX on the umbilical cords of newborns.
The comic book, part of the Moyo ndi Mpamba, Usamalireni (“Life is precious, take care of it”) campaign, tells the story of Chimwemwe, a primary school girl who suffers from malaria and is absent from school, can’t play and loses her appetite.
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.
The Family Health Booklet is an easy-to-read, integrated health promotion material, which connects families to individual-level actions, community-based initiatives and clinical services.
To promote health behavior change across the six focal health areas of Malawi's Moyo ndi Mpamba campaign and increase brand recognition, SSDI-Communication produced a series of posters, leaflets, billboards, and radio spots that it disseminated on a massive scale.
To promote health behavior change across the six focal health areas of the Moyo ndi Mpamba campaign and increase brand recognition, SSDI-Communication produced this series of posters, along with other materials such as leaflets, billboards, and radio spots, that it disseminated on a massive scale.
CRS in Nepal piloted injectable contraceptives through pharmacies in the Kathmandu Valley in 1994, under the local brand name Sangini-Tin Mahiney Sui (Sangini three-month injection). Prior to the social franchising of Sangini, Depo-Provera was available only through public sector clinics and hospitals.
The Nepal Contraceptive Retail Sales (CRS) Project was established in July 1976. Its status was formally acknowledged by the Ministry of Finance in 1978. Financial support was provided by USAID through Westinghouse Electric Inc, USA.
This poster can be hung in facility waiting or exam rooms to present HTSP/FP information to clients. It asks clients if they want to get pregnant again, and helps them decide what is the best timing for their next pregnancy.