We like this article from Avert, they rightly point out that, “For too long we have undervalued the importance of health literacy in the HIV response.” We recommend reading the entire article, but some highlights include: Only a third of young women in sub-Saharan Africa have comprehensive knowledge about HIV
Here is a personal story from one of our close allies based in Kenya: Stephen Ogweno, the founder and CEO of STOWELINK. We thought it of great interest to our community. Read the article below or by clicking this link. This week at the 75th World Health Assembly, member states
We are very pleased to launch our HIV & AIDS poster this week. Download for FREE now! This has been a very interesting process involving several experts from around the world. It took many months of careful adjustments and review. The resulting set of messages for children to learn and
We were very interested to find this free e-book from Barnardos Ireland. The articles are really interesting and we are keen on using the model of participation set out by Prof Laura Lundy. We thought you would be interested too.
We are excited to announce the publication of our latest FREE storybook, Our True Colors! It is the story of a family who moves from one island to another and the children face isolation and bullying as they try to settle into their new community. The children work together to
This is an interesting, easy-to-read, and accessible summary of work done in Tanzania on how to create the right sort of health messages and strategies for different types of stakeholders eg mothers, fathers and health workers. The health areas included… Family planning/reproductive health (FP/RH); HIV; malaria; MNCH; tuberculosis. Especially interesting are
This is SUCH a great report on working with children on all sorts of nutrition challenges. Make sure you read right to the end and see the children inventing and making up a game. As is OBVIOUS really – children like to learn face to face and in small groups