eToolkits

Below you can access country-specific, regional, and global eToolkits on various HIV prevention topics.

K4Health eToolkits are electronic collections of key health information for program managers, service providers, and policy makers. Each is the product of collaborative efforts between K4Health and partner organizations around the world. To learn more about eToolkits or order offline versions, visit K4Health's eToolkits page.

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This training toolkit introduces the basics of performance-based incentive (PBI) schemes for the public health supply chain.
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This toolbox is for governments, nongovernmental organizations, and private researchers who wish to implement IBBS surveys for key populations at higher risk for HIV infection. The toolbox features two methods
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The U.S. government and other investors in programs to improve the well-being of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) want to know the impact of their funding. Meaningful evaluation requires measurable results.
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What is the CUREiculum?
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A national strategic plan (NSP) for TB care and control constitutes the key instrument to efficiently implement the defined policies for TB control in a country.
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The Toolkit brings together best practice guidance, with practical resources, and the evidence behind the statements.
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Key Correspondents is a vibrant network of citizen journalists who write to influence HIV and broader health policy, programming and financing around the world.
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This series of information sheets introduces health literacy, its relevance to public policy, and the ways it can be used to inform the promotion of good health, the prevention and management of communicable and noncommunicable diseases, and the r
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An estimated 2.1 million children worldwide (under 15 years of age) are infected with HIV, with 430,000 children becoming newly infected each year. Ninety percent of these children become infected with HIV by mother-to-child transmission (MTCT).
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Integration of family planning and HIV services offers opportunities to reach more women with life-saving services such as contraception, HIV prevention counseling, and antiretroviral therapy.
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The Family Planning Advocacy Toolkit provides advocates at all levels, including international, national and community leaders, with the information and tools they need to make the case for improved access to voluntary family plan
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The purpose of the eToolkit is to ensure that all HIV stakeholders and implementers have access to current HIV prevention information to enhance evidence infor
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The Zambia HIV Prevention eToolkit is designed to inform and empower policy makers, programme managers and service providers with evidence-based knowledge and information for the continuous improvement of their interventions.
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This eToolkit contains a comprehensive package for partners working in paediatric HIV in Uganda with strategies, curricula and materials that have been developed and endorsed by the Ministry of Hea
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Developed by the Health Communication Partnership, a project managed by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communi
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This toolkit shares all the background resources, strategies, materials, research, monitoring tools and evaluation information for two evidence-based campaigns, so they can be rolled out or adapted for use in other areas o
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This toolkit provides program managers, HIV counselling and testing (HCT) service providers, and other stakeholders with evidence-based information and materials to guide strategic and successfu
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Whether you are integrating concurrency into existing HIV prevention activities or designing a large scale concurrency campaign, this toolkit contains many useful resources and ideas to guide research, design, implementation, monitoring and evalua
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The Zimbabwe HIV Prevention eToolkit is a collection of various publications from different organizations and individuals.
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The SADC HIV and AIDS Programme is hosted within Directorate of Social and Human Development and Special Programmes. Supported by different donors, the Programme focuses on the following thematic areas:
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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 is known in country as Soka Uncobe, translating to circumcise is to conquer.
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This eToolkit includes HIV and AIDS related basic information, perspectives and guides for teachers, materials for learners, videos, and plans for activities.
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This toolkit contains various types of resources to help strengthen, support, and address the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) communities in HIV prevention, care and support initiatives.
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Developed in partnership with SAfAIDS and K4Health, this eToolkit contains resources to help community-based programme implementers, service pr