This poster communicates that even when HIV positive, an adolescent can still live a normal and healthy life if they take their ARVs as told by a health worker.
The poster addresses the fact that ARVs are not easy to take everyday but if one wants to live a healthy life, then they have to take their ARVs as told by a health worker.
The poster promotes the importance of peer support as one discloses their HIV status. It encourages peers to be supportive to their HIV positive adolescent friends.
The poster intends to promote ART adherence amongst adolescents. It communicated to adolescents that even when HIV positive, one can still look good if they take their ARVs as told by a health
This poster addresses the knowledge gaps in nutrition that many caretakers of children under 5 in Uganda, specifically the Karamoja sub-region.
This Evaluative Survey for an Integrated Health Communication Campaign in Uganda- Observation I Report assesses behavioral determinants, and health outcomes for each of six health areas; HIV,
This is a poster with four steps on correct use of a treated insecticide treated net to prevent malaria.
This is a poster targeting adolescent girls and boys aged 15-19 years. It is a tool used by peer champions to start conversations on family planning services uptake.
Message: He has asked
How's Life Poster with two messages on condom use.
Message 1: Always prepared. I use condoms to stay healthy and buy my own boat.
Message 2: I don't take chances. My children need
This poster targets fisher folks. It has two messages;
a) Pressing on: I take my ARVs to stay healthy and look after my children
b) I'm careful: I take my ARVs to stay healthy and