Bright students use iodized salt - National
communication campaign in Uzbekistan
in pdf - 547 KB (2003)
This short picture-story hihglights the successful collaboration between different
network structures (adults/children) on a Nationwide communication campaign
IDD (Iodine Deficiency Disorders) in
Uzbekistan in December 2003. The Uzbek Children's Parliament and its media
members took an active role in promoting, monitoring and evaluating the
Evaluating Health-promoting Radio Programs
- A Toolbox for HAFY Radio Stations in Kyrgyzstan
- in Russian (2004) - 3.13 MB
pdf - in
English (2004) - 2.53 MB
Community radio stations can monitor and evaluate their health and social development
programming despite being small, with limited funds. That is the message of an
evaluation and monitoring Toolbox created especially for a UNICEF-supported youth
radio project in Kyrgyzstan.
The ‘Healthy Airwaves for Youth’ project (HAFY) is a health communication
strategy to minimise risk behaviours amongst Kyrgyz youth aged 10–19 years.
HAFY, which was initiated in 2002, aims to increase the level of knowledge and
awareness of the dangers of HIV/AIDS/STI, drug use and reproductive health among
young people in five rural and remote regions of Kyrgyzstan: Batken, Osh, Naryn,
Karabalta and Karakol. The radio stations working within the HAFY network are
directly involving young people as message-makers through community-based participatory
health-promoting radio programming.
For more information contact Marianne Ohlers or Ross
HIV/AIDS - Stand up for human rights (cartoon)
in pdf - 4.95 MB (2003)
"HIV/AIDS Stand Up for Human Rights" Cartoon launched
by the United Nations Office for the High Commissioner for Human
Rights (OHCHR), the United Nations Joint Programme for HIV/AIDS
(UNAIDS) and the World Health Organization (WHO), is designed
to empower young people to promote human rights in relation to
HIV/AIDS, to raise awareness of the key linkages between HIV/AIDS
and human rights, to demystify the disease and to combat the
myths and taboos associated with HIV and AIDS.
HIV/AIDS at School -
Living and Learning in a World with HIV/AIDS
in pdf - 2.41 MB (2004)
Published by UNESCO, this colorful folder
aims to combat HIV/AIDS-related discrimination at school by raising
about the pandemic.
The folder contains three brochures, a red one for young people,
a blue one for teachers and a purple one for parents, all describing
how to cultivate a culture of non-discrimination at school towards
those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
Report on Internet Study in Kenya: TeenWeb
pdf - 240 KB (2004)