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NB. The Tool kit was developed for Zimbabwe (March 2020), and therefore the illustrations and content may not reflect your particular country. They have not been approved by Ministry of Health in any Country or by Unicef. Africa AHEAD accepts no responsibility for consequences should theybe used without prior official permission from the country concerned.
If you want to use these pictures, you should check that the illustrations are appropriate for your ‘context’ including government directives and culturally appropriate messages. Pre-test them in the field in a pilot project and then note any changes that should be made to the content.
To make them more appropriate to your particular context more pictures may have to be added, or existing pictures altered to suit the country and culture where they are being used. So if you need to get them adapted, please contact me, Juliet Waterkeyn (email@example.com) so they can be adapted by the original artist.
These pictures are ‘open source’ and may be used but not altered. If you do use them, you are obliged to acknowledge the developer (Africa AHEAD) and the artisti (Itayi Njagu). You may not remove the logo.
How to use Visual Aids
These pictures are not meant as prescriptive pictures – like a flip chart or poster, which deliver top-down key messages and directives. They are designed to stimulate discussion and problem solving.
The card with the list of pictures is for the use of the facilitator so to know what is in the card set and to enable them to identify what is intended in the picture in case of confusion. The title at the bottom of each page should be bend under along the line and glued to the back of the page, before it is used.
A number of participatory activities can be done with these cards: