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HIV and AIDS
Malaria Prevention and Control
Maternal and Child Health
Sexual and Reproductive Health
United Against Malaria
Capacity Strengthening Tools for SBCC
Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC)
Community Conversation Toolkit for HIV Prevention
Break the Chain National SBCC Campaign
Tanzania Marketing & Communications for AIDS (T-MARC)
Family Planning Dialogue Guide for Community Health Workers
Albania Family Planning
Gender Compendium Scales
Girls' Success: Mentoring Guide for Life Skills
Creating Awareness About Avian Influenza
Sustainable Fishing: Know Your Source Campaign
A TB Literacy Toolkit
This Straight to the Point capacity building tool introduces the concept of budgeting to community-based organizations with limited resources and f
Organizations and groups can use this tool to guide a group activity with members of the community they work with in order to identify the major ba
The Social and Behavior Change Communication Capacity Assessment Tool (SBCC CAT) was developed by the C-Change project in three versions--for use w
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Some exciting changes are taking place for the C-Hub online community. This global repository of health and development communication resources will be transitioning to a new platform under the new Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3). The new platform will be more of a virtual “MarketPlace” for health communication implementers with added features.
The games tackle key issues related to health and gender equity. The Family Choices game aims to increase the perception of girls’ place in and value to families, with a focus on keeping girls in schools; 9-Minutes introduces players to the key do’s and don’ts of having a healthy pregnancy; and in Worm Attack!, players work to rid themselves and their communities of intestinal worms.
The Half the Sky Movement is excited to announce the release of three mobile phone games in India and Kenya. These new games are designed to educate women and girls about essential health issues, increase awareness about gender equality, and empower them to bring about social change in these areas.