This issue brief describes how schools can be involved in deworming in sub-Saharan Africa and how U.S. policymakers can be involved.
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Since 2006, the USAID-funded Primary School Support Program: A School Fees Pilot (PSSP:SFP) has worked closely with schools and communities in Malawi’s Dowa District in an effort to achieve equitable access to quality basic education.
This full-color poster, developed for the CHANGES2 project in Zambia, depicts 12 critical teaching skills.
Brochure produced by CHANGES2 encouraging young people to remain abstinent.
In 2006, the USAID-funded Malawi Teacher Training Activity (MTTA) created the Mphamvu Kwa Achinyamata (MKA) or “Power to the Youth” clubs, to support USAID efforts at promoting school-based HIV and AIDS prevention education in Malawi. This brochure highlights key aspects of the initiative, and profiles just a few of the many successful club activities underway throughout Malawi.