These posters are promotional materials for World AIDS Day (WAD) and HIV Testing and Counseling (HTC) Day in Ethiopia, which target the Ethiopian National Defense Force community, among others.
A project by Population Media Center includes the production of radio programs in three languages (Amharic, Afar, and Somali):
The study shows that youthfriendly service providers trained to provide IUDs and implants in a safe and competent way increases the probability that these long-acting methods will be adopted by youth.
This is a checklist-type job aid for health professionals to use when a woman presents with leakage of urine at a primary health center.
This is a job aid for diagnosis of obstetric fistula when women present with a leakage of urine at a primary health care center. It offers a yes/no checklist for description of the women's symptoms, and a list of "to dos" to prepare the woman for repair surgery. There is also a list of references for further reading.
Journey of Life (JOL) is a radio serial drama designed to encourage young Ethiopians to protect themselves from HIV/AIDS and unwanted pregnancies. The radio drama was developed to combat HIV/AIDS and the dangers of overpopulation among 15-30 year olds.
The overall purposes of the radio drama were:
This guide represents an effort of different organizations working in health in Ethiopia to harmonize their messages around the topics of family planning and reproductive health.