Archived Toolkits

  • Archived Toolkit
    Welcome! Teachers play an important role in keeping HIV and AIDS information and activities available and relevant across Swaziland’s schools and in helping learners, schools and communities understand and respond to the epidemic. They integrate HIV and AIDS learning into classroom curricula and programs, help answer learners’ and others’ questions and can help identify further sources of needed health and social support. Information can help support teaching in the context of the impact of HIV and AIDS in the community and education sector. All schools can benefit from ongoing...
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    The shortage of human resources in health in Africa remains severe and continues to be a major impediment to increasing coverage of HIV-related services, namely highly active anti-retroviral therapy (HAART) and prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV. This eToolkit focuses on issues concerning Human Resources in Health (HRH). It is estimated that Africa bears twenty-four percent of the world's disease burden, but only has three percent of the world’s health workers -  the shortage of health workers on the African continent is estimated to be 800,000. Among the...
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    This toolkit hosts a library of print publications previously produced by K4Health’s predecessor Information & Knowledge for Optimal Health (INFO) Project and the Population Information Program of The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Center for Communication Programs (CCP). These publications are mainly for reference purposes and stand as a historical record. Researchers and others who want more up to date information about contraceptive methods and other reproductive health topics should visit Knowledge for Health Toolkits and the Family Planning: A Global...
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    Welcome to the Integrating Reproductive Health into Youth Development eToolkit.   This toolkit was developed as part of the International Youth Foundation (IYF)’s Planning for Life program. IYF invests in the extraordinary potential of young people. Founded in 1990, IYF builds and maintains a worldwide community of businesses, governments, and civil-society organizations committed to empowering youth to be healthy, productive, and engaged citizens. IYF programs are catalysts of change that help young people obtain a quality education, gain employability skills, make healthy choices,...
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    The Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM) is a modern, temporary contraceptive method based on natural infertility resulting from certain patterns of breastfeeding. All postpartum women who meet the following three criteria can use LAM: 1. Menstrual bleeding has not resumed; AND 2. The infant is fully or nearly fully breastfed frequently, day and night; AND 3. The infant is under six months of age   This toolkit, developed by the LAM Interagency Working Group, is for health policy makers, program managers, service providers, and others who are interested in adding or...
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    The lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) community are a neglected and often discriminated against community. Their sexual and reproductive health (SRH) needs and rights have largely been marginalised in the HIV and SRH response to date. However there is currently a slow shift towards integrating LGBTI issues into broader HIV and SRH programming. These resources are aimed at providing relevant information, evidence and programming guidelines to help strengthen, support, and address the needs of the LGBTI community in HIV prevention, care and support initiatives. It...
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    Swaziland is the first country in the world to support an accelerated, nation-wide male circumcision (MC) plan. The Accelerated Saturation Initiative (ASI) is known in country as Soka Uncobe, translating to circumcise is to conquer. Beginning in 2010, the Ministry of Health began planning the program following approval from Cabinet. The campaign was planned as a short, intense campaign with an end date of September 2011. With resources available, the campaign was extended through March 2012. Led by the Ministry of Health with support from the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief...
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    Welcome to the Swaziland HIV Prevention eToolkit. This collection of materials has been compiled by the National HIV & AIDS Information and Training Centre (Info Centre).  The resources in this eToolkit cover a broad range of topics pertaining to HIV and AIDS prevention. The material are in the form of research papers, periodicals, books, training materials (toolkits and manuals), and awareness raising products (posters, booklets, leaflets, presentations), that creatively and factually share current and dynamic knowledge and skills relating to HIV and AIDS, TB, and other related...
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    The Toolkit for Strengthening Contraceptive Security Committees offers a collection of tips and tools that countries can use to improve the effectiveness and sustainability of their contraceptive security (CS) committees. The kit includes documents from the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT; the Health Policy Initiative; the Leadership, Management and Sustainability project; CapacityPlus; Management Sciences for Health (MSH); and other USAID-supported projects. When a country has an active, multisectoral CS coordination committee, it can maintain a focus on CS and long-term product availability...
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    HIV testing and counseling is central to Uganda’s HIV Control Programme and services have become increasingly available since 1990. Yet, only 11 - 13% had ever tested for HIV in 2004, according to the 2004/5 Sero-behavioural Survey, and even fewer knew the HIV status of their sexual partners. According to the Modes of Transmission Analysis Report, 2009, 65% of new HIV infections in Uganda occur among married couples; which means that being married puts people at a higher risk of HIV infection than those who never married. Based on this evidence, the MoH, launched the national “Go...

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