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  • 4 Stages of HIV - Booklet

    This brochure is part of the PLHIV Kit developed under the brand Everyday for Life. It provides information on the 4 stages of HIV, as identified in the WHO Clinical Staging of HIV/AIDS for Adults and Adolescents.

    The Tigrigna and Oromiffa versions were developed in 2008. The Amharic version was developed in 2013.

  • 4. Denial

    Denial is a psychological defense mechanism in which both an individual or a community, when faced with a fact too uncomfortable to accept, will reject that fact. There are several levels to denial:

    1. Deny the reality of the fact altogether.

    The link between HIV and AIDS related opportunistic infections is a clearly established fact, however there are certain people who will deny this link.

    2. Minimise the fact through acknowledging the fact but denying its seriousness.

  • 4. Mutual Fidelity

    This module strives to present mutual fidelity as a SAFE sexual practice.

  • 5 Reasons to Stop Drinking, Smoking and Chewing Khat - Booklet

    This booklet is part of the PLHIV Kit developed under the brand Everyday for Life. It provides 5 reasons to stop drinking, 5 reasons to stop smoking, 5 reasons to stop chewing khat, and 5 benefits that can be obtained from avoiding these habits.


    The Oromiffa and Tigrigna versions were developed in 2008. The Amharic version was developed in 2013.

  • 5. Condoms

    This module demonstrates that condoms are an excellent way of preventing HIV transmission.

  • 5. Discrimination

  • 6. Inaction

    "Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy" Dale Carnegie

    This module explores the consequences of inaction and how inaction can have an impact on the lives of people living with HIV.


  • 6. Male Circumcision

    This module reiterates that male circumcision needs to be done with sterile equipment. It is also presents an opportunity to talk to young men about HIV transmission and prevention.

  • 60-Minute Masters for SMEs

    This short course provides subject experts and many others with the skills needed to design engaging, rapid e-learning materials for use in the workplace. To hear the audio version of the course, you’ll need to register (free of charge) at the 60 Minute Masters site.

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    7 Billion and Counting: What Population Growth Means for People and the Planet

    The world’s population will reach 7 billion people on Oct. 31, 2011, and according to United Nations projections, we are on pace to add 3 billion or more by the end of this century. Already, millions of women in developing countries are unable to determine the size of their families because they lack access to contraception. Worldwide, the largest group of young people in history is entering their reproductive years.
  • 7. Misaction

    Misaction is an action taken to achieve a certain objective, however, the negative consequences of this action were not anticipated.

    The field of HIV is littered with stories of misaction, particularly within the institutional response to HIV. Examples include: travel bans in some countries towards HIV positive people, compulsory HIV testing for employees wanting to enter law enforcement, cutting drug treatments in order to prioritize prevention.

  • 7. Safe Surgical Practices

    In this module, individuals will understand why it is important to use properly sterilised instruments for all medical procedures.

  • 72 Convention on the Rights of a Child

    The 72 CRC Recommendations are a result of a State Party Report which was compiled and presented to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child in Geneva in 2005. The Committee made recommendations which the country must work to promote, protect, respect and fulfill the rights of children in Swaziland.

  • 8 Best Practices for HIV Prevention among Trans People

    Best practice ideas for HIV prevention among transgender people.

  • 90-90-90 An Ambitious Treatment Target to Help End the AIDS Epidemic

    This report details the 90-90-90 targets and includes compelling modeling data and statistics, presented in easy-to-use graphics. Each target is explained and the report includes estimates of the impact a scaled up response to HIV/AIDS could achieve by 2030.

  • A bird's-eye view of HIV and gay and lesbian issues in Zimbabwe

    This extract from the book From social silence to social science: same-sex sexuality, HIV & AIDS and gender in South Africa: conference proceedings looks at issues relating to HIV among gay and lesbians in Zimbabwe.

  • A Book for Midwives, Chapters 2-8

    This resource is chapters 2-8 from A Book for Midwives. This is a guide on prenatal care, nutrition, infection prevention and bodily changes in pregnant women for traditional birth attendants. 

  • A Book for Midwives, Chapters 9-16

    This resource is chapters 9-16 from A Book for Midwives. This is a guide on preparing for labor, birth and the hours and weeks following the birth intended for traditional birth attendants. 

  • A Business Approach to Transforming Public Health Supply Systems

    This brief lays out the key principles that governments can embrace to re-engineer their public health supplies systems to better serve their mandate to improve and save lives. The brief expands on the idea that governments must act as stewards who guide and govern functioning supply systems but must also embrace the diversity of supply chains and the players involved.

  • A Business Case for Options B and B+

    This document makes the case for options B and B+, explaining their benefits and their relative financial impact. The full model methodology used to determine the costs and benefits of options B and B+ is also available.