• Community Markets for Conservation (COMACO), Ltd.

    This case study illustrates how the Community Markets for Conservation program integrates family planning with nutrition and food security interventions in Zambia.

  • PPIUD - Zambian Experience

    This presentation explores Zambia's experience with introducing postpartum intrauterine contraceptive device (PPIUD) services in Lusaka, Zambia. The presentation was part of the "PPIUCD Services: Start-Up to Scale-Up Regional Meeting" held in Zambia in April 2013. Convened by MCHIP and PSI's Support for International Family Planning Organization (SIFPO) program, with funding from USAID, the regional meeting brought together international and regional experts to advance integration of PPIUCD services into maternal health services.

  • MCHIP and PSI Report of PPIUCD Services: Start-Up to Scale-Up Regional Meeting, Zambia

    In April 2013, MCHIP and Population Services International (PSI) convened a regional meeting in Africa to advance integration of postpartum intrauterine contraceptive device (PPIUCD) services into maternal health services. A total of 59 participants from 10 countries shared successes and challenges based on their country experiences.

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    Situation Assessment of the HIV Response among Young People in Zambia

    The main objective of this situational assessment is to compile and synthesize existing recent information on HIV and young people together with the current AIDS response for young people in Zambia, including programmes, policies, and key partners, and to document gaps and challenges in the response. In this document young people refers to individuals aged 10 to 24 years.

  • AIDSTAR-One case study: Club Risky Business

    A case study of "Club Risky Business", a Zambian television series that challenges multiple and concurrent sexual partnerships through the One Love Kwasila! Campaign.

  • Gender and Concurrent Sexual Partnerships in Zambia: Preliminary Analysis Findings

    Report on the preliminary findings of the study designed to produce strategic information on determinants of sexual behaviour, focusing particularly on social, economic, and cultural factors that promote concurrent sexual partnerships (concurrency). Its goal was to inform national gender interventions to prevent HIV.

  • Gender and Multiple and Concurrent Sexual Partnerships in Zambia (Presentation)

    This presentation summarises the results of a country-wide survey on multiple concurrent partnerships in Zambia. The survey found that 2 per cent of women and 20 per cent of men between 15-49 reported sex with two or more partners in the 12 months before the survey and that 17 per cent of women and 38 per cent of men reported that they had sex in the previous 12 months with someone who was not their spouse.

  • On the Cutting Edge: Improving the Informed Consent Process for Adolescents in Zambia undergoing Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention


    Research paper that presents data from operations research into the introduction of MC in Zambia, assessing informed consent (IC) procedures for adolescent MC clients that reveals complex interactions between adolescents and parents/guardians regarding making and authorising the decision to circumcise.

  • Mass Media Campaign on Multiple Concurrent Sexual Partnerships (MCP) in Zambia

    Presentation at the "Addressing Multiple and Concurrent Partnerships in Southern Africa: Developing guidance for bold action" meeting in Gaborone, January 2009, on developing a mass media campaign aimed at addressing MCP in Zambia. 

  • Information leaflet on MCP in Zambia


    Information leaflet on multiple concurrent partnerships (MCP) in Zambia provides information about the One Love Kwasla campaign which provides basic information about the risks posed by multiple concurrent partnerships in the transmission of HIV. The campaign aims to provoke thought and dialogue, increase self-risk perception and knowledge of risk reduction behaviours.