HC3 in Action: Engaging Men and Adolescent Boys

This brief describes key examples from across the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) project that can help inform future efforts to engage men and boys in achieving and maintaining an AIDS-free generation, increasing demand for family planning, ending preventable child and maternal deaths, and realizing a malaria-free world.

The Facilitator Guide: Brothers for Life Plus Community Groups

In 2013, BFL was adapted for use in Côte d’Ivoire and implemented by Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP). This manual is the third adaptation of the BFL program and is referred to throughout this guide as BFL Plus (BFL+).

Sawa Sawa Positive Prevention

Sawa Sawa Positive Prevention is an educational tool to promote…

Sawa Sawa: A Community Dialogue Manual to Reduce Stigma

The goal of this manual is to reduce community level stigma and in doing so improve HIV testing, treatment initiation and adherence outcomes among men in particular.

Plano de Comunicação Estratégica para Métodos Contraceptivos Hormonais e Potenciais Riscos Relacionados com o HIV

Este quadro visa orientar as actividades a nível nacional para comunicar os riscos e benefícios dos contracepção hormonal (CH) entre mulheres em risco de, ou que vivem com, VIH num formato fácil de compreender e completo.

Guide de Promotion des Produits et Services de Santé Sexuelle et Reproductive pour les Hommes

Le Guide de promotion des produits et services de santé sexuelle…

Guide for Promoting Sexual and Reproductive Health Products and Services for Men

The Guide for Promoting Sexual and Reproductive Health Products and Services for Men focuses on meaningfully engaging men and creating an enabling environment to increase men’s use of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) products and services.

Webinar on Meeting Adolescents' Needs: Findings from a Three-Country VMMC Assessment

This webinar highlighted the findings from a three-country Adolescent VMMC Assessment. The goal of the study was to gain a better understanding of whether VMMC programs are adequately meeting adolescent needs in age-appropriate ways by exploring counseling, communication and client-provider interaction. Cross-country comparisons were shared from Tanzania, Zimbabwe and South Africa. The findings have implications for all countries working in the VMMC arena as well as in adolescent sexual and reproductive health programming.

Webinar: Health Communication’s Role Across the HIV Treatment Continuum

This January 12, 2017 webinar featured a selection of authors from the January 1, 2017 supplement of the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (JAIDS). The supplement highlighted the role of health communication across the HIV treatment continuum.