C-Hub resources relate to a number of health and related areas, such as HIV and AIDS, sexual and reproductive health, maternal and child health, environmental health, infectious diseases including malaria, and non-communicable diseases. C-Hub resources include supporting documentation such as communication strategies and formative research reports, concept testing and pre-testing of materials that informed the development of materials, midline evaluations, and endline assessments of interventions.
Resources include communication materials on non-communicable diseases or chronic diseases such as alcoholism, asthma, heart disease, obesity, stroke, and cancer.
Resources include communication materials on other infectious diseases (apart from HIV), such as malaria, TB, neglected tropical diseases, emerging diseases, and diseases transmitted to people by animals such as SARS, avian influenza, and rabies.
Resources include communication materials about childbirth and antenatal and postpartum care, and include communication about health practices and behaviors, including immunization that promote well-being of infants, children, and new mothers or put their health at risk.
Resources include materials that are concerned with infant feeding and proper nutrition for mothers and young children and address malnutrition that is chronic or arrives from natural and manmade disasters
Resources include communication materials that promote use of modern contraceptives, the benefits of family planning and birth spacing to mothers, children, family, and entire community and nation. Resources on the health benefits of abstinence and condom use are included, along with communication materials on the dangers of early pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
Resources include a wide range of communication materials--mass media, social media, advocacy, community mobilization, and interpersonal communication (IPC). Resources are developed to address the spectrum of SBCC from individual behavior change to social norm changes and include strategies that use advocacy and social and community mobilization
Resources include materials that communicate about gender norms and the need to involve males in antenatal and postnatal care, family planning, HIV-related interventions, gender inequality, gender-based violence, female genital cutting, and other gender-based norms and practices injurious to the health and well-being of women and girls.
Resources include communication materials on HIV prevention, care and support, testing and counseling, and treatment, including for people vulnerable to or affected by HIV and AIDS, and communication materials that address drivers of the disease, such as gender inequality and multiple concurrent partnerships (MCP).
Resources include communication materials relating to water supply, sanitation, hygiene, indoor air quality, population impact, climate change, and the many other environmental factors that affect health.
Resources communicate about health services and information via information and communication technology (ICT), such as computers, mobile phones, communications satellite, patient monitors, etc.