K4Health's Multimedia page showcases our videos, data visualizations, infographics, and other interactive resources.
Un approche du marché total (AMT) à la planification familiale vise à s'appuie d’une manière efficace sur tous les ressources disponibles des secteurs de marché — public, à but non lucratif et commercial — afin d’améliorer l’accès aux produits et aux services de la planification familiale pour tous les clients. Cette nouvelle infographie introduit le concept de l’AMG et son application dans le contexte de la planification familiale.
Advocacy is essential to reaching the Family Planning 2020 goal of delivering contraceptives, information, and services to an additional 120 million women of reproductive age worldwide by the year 2020. In this video, Ethel Chavula of Jesus Cares Ministries discusses how she and a network of advocates successfully increased Malawi’s contraceptive budget line.
Webinar: Making Content Meaningful: How to Adapt Existing Global Health Content for Different Audiences
Learn how you can adapt openly accessible health content—from eLearning courses and multimedia resources to guidance documents and research papers—to better serve your clients and communities. The IBP Initiative joined K4Health to host this webinar, which is inspired by our recently-released content adaptation guide, Making Content Meaningful (available in English and French). Webinar speakers discuss how to make informed decisions in the content adaptation process and present two real-life case studies of content adaptation.
A total market approach to family planning (TMA) aims to efficiently leverage all available public, nonprofit, and commercial sector resources to improve access to family planning products and services for all clients. This new infographic introduces the concept of TMA and what it looks like in the family planning context.
This 5-minute video depicts knowledge management in action. Four learners in Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Sudan share real-life examples of how applying knowledge gained from Global Health eLearning Center courses has improved their service delivery and job performance. These stories offer a powerful testimonial of the impact of K4Health’s work on program managers, service providers, and their clients.
Lorsque les practiciens en santé mondiale utilisent la gestion des connaissances pour mener à bien leurs travaux, les systèmes de santé fonctionnent beaucoup mieux et les clients reçoivent de meilleures soins. Au bout du compte, la bonne gestion des connaissances contribue à vivre plus longtemps, plus heureux, et en meilleure santé. La bonne nouvelle est que beaucoup d'entre nous pratiquent déjà la gestion des connaissances chaque jour. Regardez notre nouvelle animation pour voir et savoir comment nous pouvons être plus intentionnels et systématiques dans nos pratiques de gestion des connaissances afin de renforcer les services et améliorer la vie.
A new video developed in collaboration with K4Health and the USAID Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact highlights the important role that simple, inexpensive pregnancy tests can play in increasing access to same-day provision of family planning services. Results from a recent project completed by FHI 360 in Kenya, Mali, and Malawi in partnership with Marie Stopes International with funding from the Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition's Innovation Fund are highlighted, and were also presented during a webinar held earlier in 2016. Both explore how pregnancy tests complement the Pregnancy Checklist, a tool developed by FHI 360 that has been endorsed by the WHO and USAID, and adopted by more than a dozen countries.
Family planning has a strong ripple effect across all 17 Sustainable Development Goals. K4Health’s infographic is a print-friendly companion to the animated video, Family Planning: A Key to Unlocking the Sustainable Development Goals, which illustrates how and why family planning is vital to our ability to meet global development challenges.
As a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guatemala, Kathryn Lee needed resources to help her develop a curriculum to equip local health promoters to deliver short health lessons on various topics, including family planning. During her Peace Corps training, Kathryn received a USB drive containing K4Health materials and tools, including a Guatemalan Toolkit on the Standard Days Method of contraception. Kathryn used materials from this Toolkit and others to train seven women’s groups and 60 indigenous health promoters on contraceptive methods.