Total publications in this language: 4.
- Emergency Contraception: It's Not Too Late To Prevent Pregnancy
This brochure, which is available in 14 languages, helps health care providers communicate with clients about emergency contraception. The brochure is formatted so that it can be downloaded, printed, photocopied (double-sided), and then folded. There are two versions for each language: one for letter-size paper, the other for A4-size paper. A new version of the brochure will be ready in early 2012.
Publication date: 1998
Region: North America and Europe
- Introducing Fortified Rice in Myanmar
This fact sheet provides an overview of PATH’s project to introduce fortified rice in Myanmar. The goal of the project is to reduce micronutrient deficiencies in the population while also creating income-generating opportunities. PATH is working with government and private-sector partners to create a thriving private market for fortified rice and to distribute it to vulnerable populations.
Publication date: April 2017
- Life Planning Skills: A Curriculum for Young People in Africa, Tanzania Version
This curriculum is designed to help youth in Tanzania face the challenges of growing up. The set includes a facilitator’s manual and a workbook for participants. The curriculum provides activities that facilitators can use to help young people gain information about themselves and their sexuality (including preventing pregnancy and avoiding sexually transmitted infections and HIV); learn about preparing for the world of work; better understand their feelings about growing up, gender roles, risk taking, sexual behavior, and friendship; and practice making decisions, setting goals, communicating clearly, negotiating for their own health, and not giving into negative peer pressure. The facilitator's manual is available as one large file or as four smaller files for easier downloading.
Publication date: 2003
- Printing Template for the Nevirapine Infant-Dose Pouch Label
These labels for the nevirapine infant-dose pouch give instructions for handling and administering the medication; they include a place for health workers to record the expiration date. These labels are available in the following formats: English-language for A4-sized label stock, English-language for 8 ? x 11-inch label stock, and Kiswahili-language for A4-sized label stock.
Author: Berman A; Brooke S
Publication date: 2006