"Hooked" is a comic series which was part of the National Family Health Campaign in Zambia which runs once per week on the campaign’s Facebook page and follows the life and interactions of young women and men in a college setting. It discusses family planning, condom use, HIV testing, and malaria prevention, among other health topics.
"Precious Times" is a comic book which was produced which was part of the National Family Health Campaign in Zambia.
These posters, part of the Breakthrough ACTION project in Zambia, show healthy, strong men who have been on ARV medications for years, performing hard work, and looking well. They are part of the "Know Your Status. Get Tested. Get Treated!" campaign.
This job aid is designed for Community-Based Volunteers (CBVs) to take with them to the communities to distribute nets.
This set of posters was part of a campaign supported by Breakthrough ACTION to encourage use of insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) in Zambia.
Fact sheets on adolescent HIV trends, distribution of adolescent AIDS-related deaths, HIV treatment for adolescents, and adolescent knowledge, testing and behaviour related to HIV are available for the following countries:
This birth plan covers the necessary steps the family of a pregnant woman should take during each month of the pregnancy and after delivery. The plan includes education, social support, logistics, nutrition and care, and medical preparations the family should be arranging prior to the birth.
This poster is used as part of the Mothers Alive campaign to reinforce messages given through other channels. The poster contains the key danger signs for women during pregnancy, with a call to action.
This poster is used as part of the Mothers Alive campaign to reinforce messages given through other channels. The poster promotes family planning through proper spacing of pregnancies. Specifically, it mentions that waiting two years between pregnancies is optimal for the health of the mother and the children.