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The Resources library enables the user to search for publications produced by C-Change, including our country programs. For additional resources, tools, and communication materials produced by the C-Change project, visit              C-Hub.

To search, use the scrollable list boxes (country, topic, type) and the fill-in box (keyword) on the left to initiate your search. To make more than one selection in the search areas, hold down the Ctrl key and select with the mouse. Similarly, to deselect, hold down the Ctrl key. The Reset button allows you to clear the fields and initiate a new search. 

Jun 30, 2010

 C-Change/Namibia developed the alcohol/HIV picture codes flip chart to assist field workers and volunteers in creating conversations for behavior change around drivers of HIV. The alcohol/HIV picture codes allow audience members to reflect and analyze the different circumstances. The picture codes also allow viewers to visually connect with the effects of alcohol and HIV. Contents of the flip chart can form part of a comprehensive HIV behavior change curriculum or be used as a stand-alone material.


Jun 29, 2010

The Malaria Prevention Campaign in Oromia Region in Ethiopia helps communities prevent and control malaria using materials and tools developed by C-Change. Materials include the Malaria Protection Scorecard, Essential Malaria Actions Flipchart, and Malaria Prevention Sticker.

Malaria Protection Scorecard        Essential Malaria Actions Flipchart        Malaria Protection Sticker

Jun 29, 2010

Family Planning Dialogue Tool thumbnailThis tool,  available in French and English, was developed to assist community relays (relais communautaire), who are key outreach workers and serve as the interface between health centers and communities. The tool assists relais as they talk to small and large groups of men and women about family planning (FP) issues such as the use of modern contraceptives, spacing of pregnancies to improve the health of the mother and her children, and the importance of clinic visits for FP services and antenatal care.

Mar 29, 2010

Albania Qualitative Study coverThis report presents the findings from a qualitative study carried out in Albania in 2009 to further understand the factors underlying choice of contraception method among young, university women.



Nov 07, 2009

Gender Norms Program BriefThis program guidance brief provides evidence-based recommendations to guide family planning programmers in the design, implementation, and evaluation of family planning programs that have a male gender norms component.



Nov 06, 2009

This poster, presented at the April 2010 Population Association of America (PAA) meeting in Texas, details the results of a study in Tanzania that examined the role of gender norms in decision making among young married women and men on issues of family planning and contraceptive use.  



Nov 05, 2009

Gender Norms & FP Decision-Making in Tanzania - report cover thumbnailThis study reports on research carried out in Tanzania to examine the role of gender norms in decision making among young married women and men on issues of family planning and contraceptive use.



Oct 15, 2009

Albania FP baseline report cover thumbnailThis baseline report presents the findings from research carried out in selected cities in Albania to evaluate the family planning activity initiated by C-Change to increase knowledge of modern contraception among young men and women and help them to make more informed reproductive choices. 


Oct 09, 2009

Lesotho Qualitative Research Report thumbnailThis report analyzes formative research carried out by C-Change to understand how culturally-embedded communication about HIV and AIDS and sexual behavior contributes to sustaining the practice of multiple concurrent partners (MCP) in Lesotho.


Oct 09, 2009

Lesotho Quantitative Research on MCPThis report presents the findings from the baseline survey of multiple & concurrent partnerships (MCP) in Lesotho. The objective of the study was to collect population-based data related to the MCP knowledge, attitudes, and practices of Basotho men. The survey elicited information on participants’ demographic characteristics, engagement in MCP, engagement in transactional and intergenerational sex, and knowledge and practice of HIV prevention as related to MCP.