This 4.5 minute video was produced in response to the cholera epidemic in Haiti in 2010, following that country's devestating earthquake. The video features a young boy who helps a health worker save his father and then guides his village in preventing cholera from spreading.
These are generic posters created for Africa, Haiti, and Southeast Asia, which can be used to help educate people about good hygiene practices, methods for disinfecting water, and caring for family members who may be at risk of contracting cholera. They are designed for all audiences and the graphics have been made regionally specific.
This video describes the VMMC program in Tanzania. It includes interviews with VMMC providers, health officials, and a family that has embraced VMMC for HIV prevention.
These materials were produced in response to critical health concerns following the 2015 earthquake. UNICEF, USAID, and the Nepali Ministry of Health worked to create materials to address stress, hygiene, and water safety in the weeks and months following the event. All of the materials are included in one PDF.
This is a True False Card Game from the Saath- Saath Project, for use by female sex workers (FSWs).
This is a HIV/STI flip chart from the Nepali Saath-Saath Project.
This is flip chart is for use by female community health volunteers (FCHVs), and is a product of the Saath-Saath Project. It is designed to provide information to FCHVs regarding family planning methods and HIV/STI so that they can disseminate correct information to the community.
This is condom negotiation wheel game from the Saath-Saath Project. Its purpose is to disseminate messages regarding correct and consistent condom use. In addition, it is designed to build condom use negotiation skills among female sex workers visiting drop-in centers and reached through outreach sessions.
This is a Risk assessment card game from the Saath- Saath Project.
This game is designed to enhance knowledge and skills for avoiding alcohol and drug use and to encourage knowledge, attitude and practice for not using alcohol and drugs.
It helps to build the capacity of beneficiaries to negotiate drugs and alcohol use for safer sexual behavior.