This guideline is meant to help countries to more effectively and efficiently plan, develop and monitor programmes and services that promote gender equality and human rights and hence are more acceptable and appropriate for women living with HIV, taking into account the national and local epidemiological context. It discusses implementation issues that health interventions and service delivery must address to achieve gender equality and support human rights.
On Wednesday, December 13, 2017, UNICEF LACRO, International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) Western Hemisphere Region (WHR), and The Knowledge for Health (K4Health) project hosted the webinar, “Using Digital Technology to Educate and Engage Youth in Fighting Zika”.
The recommendations in these guidelines provide overarching, evidence-based guidance on how risk communication should be practiced in an emergency. The recommendations also guide countries on building capacity for communicating risk during health emergencies.
This book serves as step by step guide for documenting best practices in family planning, since this kind of sharing enables persons and organizations working in the health sector to avoid reinventing the wheel; to improve performance and avoid the mistakes of others.
As a follow up to the India Newborn Action Plan, the Haryana Newborn Action Plan (HNAP) has been drafted as a state-specific roadmap for reducing preventable newborn deaths and stillbirths and achieving the desired targets for the neonatal mortality rate (NMR) and stillbirth rate (SBR) by 2030.
This brochure describes USAID’s flagship project VRIDDHI which provides techno-managerial support to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India and the state governments of Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Punjab, and Uttarakhand to plan, implement and monitor RMNCH+A interventions at scale.
This infographic/poster illustrates how VRIDDHI's activities support the population across reproductive, maternal and child health.
This is done, as illustrated in the poster, though capacity building, supportive intervention, quality improvements and partnerships.
This blog lists five ways to address service provider bias in family planning:
1. Provide regular evidence-based, accurate information
2. Identify and use early adopters
3. Promote doing good, not just avoiding harm
4. Promote justice for all clients
5. Support rather than blame health workers
This online training is a one or two-day course for people who design and implement agriculture projects, including those focused on food security, livelihoods, value chains, and/or broader agricultural market development.