Jive Media Africa has just completed a series of student writing paper posters with accompanying educator and learner guides for PEN (Public engagement with Nanotechnology) through SAASTA/ NRF.
A comic booklet and facilitator guide (in English and isiZulu) aimed at encouraging children to disclose sexual abuse. The booklet highlights, through dialogue, activities and pictures, the fears and difficulties of reporting a case of sexual abuse.
CINDI decided to restrict its use to specific facilitators who they felt could handle the level of disclosure.
Laduma! Stick to your TB Gameplan
Client: US Centres for Disease Control (CDC) and the Eastern Cape Department of Health
Brief: Communication Strategy and TB Awareness-raising Products
A TB adherence initiative for children using comics cialis online and activities to reinforce key messages. A simple narrative of a child who is helped to recover from TB with the support of another child who has overcome the disease. Through the narrative, activities and inputs are presented to assist in the communication of the key concepts and messages.
The Child Healthcare Problem Identification Programme (ChildPIP) is a mortality audit tool for children in the Health sector in South Africa. They are attempting to save lives through death auditing in hospitals. Jive Media has set up an open source CMS for ChildPIP to communicate with it’s programme members nationally.
The Sinomlando Centre for Oral History and Memory Work in Africa, through the methodology of oral history, attempts to address the psycho-social needs of children affected by HIV/AIDS. Jive Media Africa have managed various publications for Sinomlando including books, annual reports, brochures as well as their website many years ago.
Jive Media Africa strategising and produces media for organisations and researchers making a difference in the lives of vulnerable children affected or infected by HIV/AIDS in South Africa.
The Children in Distress Network is a network of over 150 organisations working with vulnerable children in the PMB and KZN Midlands region.
Child Abuse Tabloid Pull-out