This interactive toolkit is designed to mobilize adults ages 20 and above to take action toward HIV prevention. It was created by FHI 360 as part of the Communication for Change (C-Change) project.
This toolkit contains a Facilitator’s Guide plus six different tools to help people and communities to take action to prevent HIV from spreading.
The tools are:
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- Community Mobilizer’s Cards
- Throw Boxes
- Role Play Cards
- Playing Cards
- Finger Puppets
- Dialogue Badges
The HIV and AIDS information in the toolkit focuses on multiple partners, intergenerational sex, gender-based violence, and alcohol abuse.
Each tool is designed to be used in an activity that gets people thinking and talking about HIV and AIDS in their lives, families, communities and society. The tools can be used by both young people and adults – including people who do not read confidently. Use the tools at an organised event or give them to people in communities to use in their social activities.
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When you use the tools in this kit effectively, people will:
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- Think and talk about how HIV and AIDS affect them, their families, their communities and society
- Realise that they already know things about HIV and AIDS
- Discuss questions they have about HIV and AIDS
- Work out where to go to get answers to these questions
- Plan actions to reduce their own, and their families risk of getting HIV
- Plan actions to prevent HIV from spreading in their communities.