This guide is intended to be used by the nutritionists in nutrition and gender education sessions.
This resource was developed by SNV nutrition experts and validated by the HP, SD&EH TWG.
Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA) is an international agricultural development organization that specializes in the design and implementation of sustainable, enterprise-based agricultural initiatives. We work with businesses, foundations, governments, and communities to build customized local and global partnerships that meet the world’s growing demand for food.
The job aid was developed based on the formative research findings. Both the content and illustrations were developed and designed based on the findings to ensure they respond to audience's need
the content was reviewed, updated, validated and approved by the Health Promotion and Social Determinants Technical Working Group.
Imfashanyigisho ku kuboneza urubyaro yagenewe abaganga, abaforomo/kazi n’abajyanama b’ubuzima n’abo bakira is job aid produced and disseminated by Ministry of Health in Rwanda
This Tool is distributed to Health Services providers who are dedicated to family planning in community and to Health Facilities.
This wheel contains the medical eligibility criteria for starting use of contraceptive methods, based on Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive Use, 5th edition (2015), one of WHO’s evidence-based guidelines.
It guides family planning providers in recommending safe and effective contraception methods for women with medical conditions or medically-relevant characteristics. The wheel includes recommendations on initiating use of nine common types of contraceptive methods.
Imfashanyigisho ku buzima bw’imyororokere is a teaching material that was developped by Health Global Communities for Good in line with educating youth under 18 about their changing bodies and sexual transformation.