Multiple and concurrent partnerships toolkit
This toolkit provides evidence-based knowledge on preventing HIV infections, by reducing the occurrence of multiple and concurrent partnerships (MCP)—sexual relationships that overlap in time, often for months or years.
Multiple and concurrent partnerships—coupled with the period of increased infectiousness immediately following HIV acquisition—spread HIV through a population much faster than a series of monogamous relationships. This toolkit summarizes the latest evidence and provides links to guidelines and tools to help you plan, manage, evaluate, and support MCP-reduction programs.
Condom use toolkit
Male and female condoms, if used correctly and consistently, can reduce the sexual transmission of HIV by 80 to 90 percent. In fact, condoms are the only product that can effectively protect against HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Condoms are also essential to prevention efforts for people living with HIV, protecting them from STIs and re-infection and protecting their sexual partners, as well.
According to the International Council of AIDS Service Organizations, as of 2007 fewer than half of all people at risk of sexual transmission of HIV had access to condoms and fewer than one quarter had access to basic HIV/AIDS education. This toolkit summarizes the latest evidence and provides links to guidelines and tools to help you plan, manage, evaluate, and support services that encourage condom use.
Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) Communication Toolkit
The Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) Communication Toolkit consists of communication materials, tools and guiding documents. The Toolkit targets affected audiences in Nyanza province and includes a communication guide that builds upon the national strategy. The guide follows the structure and sequence of C-Planning, a communication process used by C-Change. C-Planning is one of the 3 elements of the C-Change SBCC framework that provides a logical and thorough step-by-step process for analyzing, designing, implementing and evaluating communication programs. Each section of the communication guide is organized according to C-Planning.