The theme pack includes 14 items from our Resource Packs: one backgrounder, six interview scripts, five dramas, one Broadcaster how-to guide, and one set of radio spots. The theme pack also includes nine Barza Wire Farmer stories. One resource is available in Swahili.
Backgrounder: Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
Maternal and infant mortality, why don’t we talk about it?
The Love Letter project: An invitation for men to stand by their wives during pregnancy and childbirth
Let’s talk about it: A young couple plans pregnancy and childbirth
Breaking the silence around infertility in women and men
Teaching youth about sexuality
The power failure
Talking to teens about unsafe sex
Prevent malaria in pregnancy!
Maternal Health, Part One
Maternal Health, Part Two
Maternal postpartum depression
Broadcaster how-to guide
BH2 – How to deal with sensitive issues on air
Barza Wire stories
Burkina Faso: Schools support girls during menstrual cycle
South Sudan: ‘Real men don’t marry children’
Tanzania: Girls struggle to avoid forced marriage, yearn to learn
Burkina Faso: Students march to protest child marriage and early pregnancy
Burkina Faso: Household heads plant fruit trees to improve youth diets
Burkina Faso: Student groups start dialogue between teens and parents about sexuality
Burkina Faso: Women save money and protect the environment with reusable sanitary pads
Sierra Leone: Ebola halts female genital mutilation
The following resource is available in Swahili:
Zuia malaria wakati wa ujauzito!
We hope that this kind of “one-stop shop” on selected topics is useful, and that you can use the resources in this month’s theme pack to make effective programming on sexual and reproductive health, especially among adolescents.