These videos were created as part of the "Life is Precious, Take Care of It" campaign supported by Breakthrough ACTION Zambia. The videos feature three HIV positive men who tell their stories and explain how they live in good health and strength due to carefully adhereing to their ART regimens. They also remind men to get tested for HIV so that they know their status and to use condoms every time they have sex.
"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.
The Zambia National HIV and AIDS Communication and Advocacy Strategy is designed to engage all stakeholders involved in Zambia’s HIV response. The strategy identifies how social and behavior change communication (SBCC) may be most effectively used to increase HIV-related health-seeking behaviors through a variety of approaches that are appropriate within the Zambian context and considered to have high impact.
These spots were produced as part of the Breakthrough ACTION Zambia's campaign to promote use of insecticide-treated nets, educate about malaria in pregnancy, and advise against misuse of nets.
The vision of this national strategy is to attain a malaria-free Zambia. The goal is to eliminate local malaria infection and disease in Zambia by 2021, and to maintain the malaria-free status and prevent reintroduction and importation of malaria into areas where the disease has been eliminated.