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An investigation into how HIV/AIDS information is communicated and perceived in Kenya: a case of Kenyatta University

The study sought to find out how the information on HIV/AIDS is communicated to the various groups of people and in particular to the Kenyatta University Community. It sought to determine whether the information communicated is relevant, comprehensive, and sufficient on the subject of AIDS prevention and control. An attempt has been to try and establish the various sources of AIDS information available within Kenyatta University, their relevancy and adequacy in meeting the peoples' information needs on AIDS.

Selected socio-cultural factors influencing access to reproductive health service information among the youth In Korogocho slum of Nairobi, Kenya.

Access to reproductive health services information by the youth has received the minimal attention given that reproductive health service information for many years has been tailored to meet the needs of the adult population. The youths have therefore been neglected partly due to cultural sensitivity that dictates what, when and how reproductive health information is transmitted to the youth. This study investigated selected socio-cultural factors influencing access to reproductive health service information in Korogocho slum in Nairobi Kenya.

Communication Initiative: Ebola Communication and Media

'Theme site on Ebola Communication and Media as a coordinated and independent way to (a) gather and share the knowledge being generated in support of everyone's work and (b) to discuss and debate the best ways forward from a communication and media perspective'.

Ebola Resources for Health Workers

The Ebola crisis has affected some of the most vulnerable areas of the world, and frontline health workers are struggling to keep pace with the outbreak. These health workers need clear, simple, reliable information on how to protect themselves, detect the disease, and respond to their communities’ needs. This site offers resources, tools, and a forum to build community among frontline health workers and the global health community as we work together to address the outbreak.

Guide to Training Resources on the Internet

The guide was produced by the American International Health Alliance as part of its Knowledge Management Program. This guide provides information on how to obtain access to a variety of free and low-cost online training resources in health care, social work, medicine and related fields.

This is the first version of the guide. Your feedback will be greatly appreciated,

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