This is a module created to improve preparedness for and response of communities in countries at risk of a cholera epidemic.
This document provides guidance on the different dimensions of human rights that need to be systematically and comprehensively considered in the rights-based provision of sexual and reproductive health services.
There is increasing momentum to ensure promotion and protection of human rights in contraceptive services and programs.
This document presents a user-friendly checklist specifically addressed to health care providers, at the primary health care level, who are involved in the direct provision of contraceptive information and services.
These WHO guidelines provide recommendations for programmes as to how they can ensure that human rights are respected, protected and fulfilled, while services are scaled up to reduce unmet need for contraception. Both health data and international human rights laws and treaties were incorporated into the guidance.
The Knowledge Management Collection is a family of resources designed for global health professionals to help them understand, use, and train others on knowledge management approaches, tools, and techniques. All materials in the collection are free to adapt and use. The collection includes:
This toolkit includes counseling cards in Urdu for 22 distinct health topics related to Maternal and Child Health. The counseling cards are intended to support Pakistani Lady Health Workers as they conduct household visits. Each card follows a three-step counseling process informed by cognitive behavioral therapy.
This checklist was created for use in refugee situations so that service providers can quickly review how to prevent and reduce malaria through the distribution of Long-lasting Insecticide Treated Nets (LLIN).
This pamphlet was designed for women considering using Depo-Provera as a contraceptive method.
It provides important information about the relationship between Depo-Provera and HIV, about taking Depo when using ARVs, and about protecting oneself and one's partner from HIV.
- Is there an increased risk for HIV acquisition for women taking hormonal contraception?