Resources

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    Posted on: February 11, 2019

    #PHE Voices | Melgrace C. Orbe

    In this animated video from FPVoices, Melgrace C. Orbe, a young conservation advocate from the Philippines, describes how she motivates her peers to clean up the mangroves, talk about family planning, and understand connections between people, health, and ...

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    Posted on: May 04, 2016

    K4Health Offline Tools: A Knowledge Lifeline for Peace Corps Volunteers

    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 ...

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    Posted on: March 07, 2016

    K4Health Toolkits: Strengthening Integration of Family Planning and HIV Services in Uganda

    The AIDS Support Organization (TASO) of Uganda offers critical services, including counseling clients affected by HIV and AIDS on family planning so that they can decide whether and when to have children and take measures to prevent transmission of HIV ...

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    Posted on: March 02, 2016

    Toolkits Help Filmmaker Lead Hepatitis Workshop

    Caroline Murgue implementation story Date Taken:  Wednesday, March 2, 2016 Enable Zoom:  Medical anthropologist Caroline Murgue uses visual media to raise awareness about health issues through her business, Bibimbap Studio Lab. She worked with PHPT, an ...

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    Posted on: February 28, 2016

    Family Planning Voices Storytelling Toolkit

    K4Health and Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) created Family Planning Voices in 2015 to document and share real stories from people around the world who are passionate about family planning. Since then, the FPVoices photoblog has featured hundreds of stories ...

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    Posted on: February 24, 2016

    Peace Corps Uses ALHIV Toolkit in Botswana

    Erin Aggers implementation story Date Taken:  Wednesday, February 24, 2016 Enable Zoom:  While working in Botswana, Peace Corps Volunteer Erin Aggers founded a club for local teens living with HIV. The club offers a safe space for adolescents to share ...

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    Posted on: November 03, 2015

    From Presentation Slides to Saved Lives: Translating Knowledge into Action

    Translating and adapting knowledge to suit local needs is a crucial step in making knowledge usable. This short video (3:22) tells the story of one nurse-midwife's experience with adapting a slide set from a K4Health Toolkit, and using it to train ...