The 5×5 Challenge Explained
Length: 4.41 minutes
Aimed at programme managers and government officials, Co Founder Dr. JUliet Waterkeyn launches the Africa AHEAD 5×5 Challenge which aims to reach 5 million in the next 5 years, in 5 countries reducing 5 main killer diseases of under 5s. See how this can be done in your country.
Review: This is a carefully edited presentation which can be used for high level meetings, in English.
The 5x5 Challenge
Scaling up the CHC Model
Length: 20 minutes
Co-founder of Africa AHEAD, Anthony Waterkeyn provides his own insights as to why the CHC Model is holistic, sustainable and scalable, delivered at a side event of World Water Week (2014)
Review: This is a 20 minute lecture with no slides until the end so it is best for English speakers.
What is a Community Health Club?
Length: 7 minutes
This is a visual overview of activities within a typical community Health Club. Africa AHEAD has started thousands of health clubs over the past 20 years and reached 1.5 million people in this way, assisting them to improve their own living standard.v
Minister of Health in Zimbabwe endorces CHC
Community Health Club Activities
length: 5.56 minutes
Infectiously jolly music against a collage of impressive photos of the inside of CHC kitchens, CHC venues, mapping, tippy taps, latrines and gardens… mainly facilities rather than people and an ideal introduction for a foreign audience. Rating ****
USAID model CHC Programme in Zimbabwe
Length: 8 minutes
Zimbabwe AHEAD a local NGO, started 368 Community Health Clubs with 23,684 members in three districts of Zimbabwe. This initiative was funded by USAID-OFDA in 2012/13 to mitigate against the spread of cholera. The CHC approach was highly successful in getting a massive hygiene behaviour change from the community with 70% uptake of 20 recommended practices. www.pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/pa00jtt8.pdf
Review: The video is in Shona and shows CHC members constructing toilets and other facilities ehich is a bit tedious for foreign viewers but maybe good for workshops
USAID programme in Zimbabwe
Use of Flash Cards for Training in Community Health Clubs
Length 2.5 minutes
Africa AHEAD has for the past twenty years been developing an extensive range of Visual Aids for training communities in good health and hygiene. These ethnographic illustrations are used in participatory (PHAST) activities which enable people to problem solve through visualisation.
Review: A nice short video of some of the most attractive illustrations for WASH training . This video shows some of the key messages used in Zimbabwe which are available from Africa AHEAD along with training for use in Community Health Clubs. Very useful video as it is short and attractive and can be used to break up a presentation. Rating *****
Use of Flash Cards
Zero Open Defecation in Zimbabwe
Length: 14.59 minutes
Review: Women singing noisily while everyone arrives for a meeting. 3.00 A drama,11.14 a demo of a health session.
Review: Whislt this video is amusing for Shona speakers, it is too long for foreign speakers. 12.23 women singing.. needs translation. Rating **
ZOD in Zim
How emergency Corona Health Clusters (eCHC) support the disabled
Length: 1.33 minutes
This video describes Africa AHEAD/ Unicef emergency assistence to disabled people in Zimbabwe to assist with Hygiene kits to protect against Covid 19.
Review: This is a testimony by a disabled person so it verifies the programme but may be a bit boring for non project viewers as it is in Shona with English subtitles.
Assistig disabled during Covid 10 emergency
Emergency Response to Cyclone Idai
Length: 4.16 minutes
Africa AHEAD is featured on national TV, at the hand over of a number of houses water and sanitation rebuilt after Cyclone Idai decimated infrustructure in Chipinge District of Zimbabwe in March 2019.
Review: The video is in journalistic style with an interview with the Director of AFrica AHEAD but the quality of filming is not very good. Useful mainly as verification of AA activity.
Food and Nutrition Gardens in Zimbabwe
Length: 1.33 minutes
These women were in the eye of the cyclone which hit Chipinge district in Zimbabwe in March 2019. Thanks to working together in Community Health Clubs they have started a nutrition garden and can be seen here, in a time of Covid 19. Four months after Africa AHEAD completed the programme they sent us this amateur video, a role play of CHC members explaining to their neighbours how they prepared the garden with fertility trenches to enrich the soil.
Review: The video is an inspiration in that it is a community effort to tell the world how they have survived. But being in Shona is best for local consumption.
Africa AHEAD on TV
Community Health Clubs in Rusizi District, Rwanda.
Length: 5.32. minutes
Nyambeho vilage, in a remote mountains of Rwanda has achieved the highest level of hygiene and nutrition in Rusizi District without any external support. We took this video to record in their own words what they have achieved in order to inspire other villages to use Community Health Clubs to develop their area.
Review: This video is clear and well edited and can be used for promotional presentations as it is in English
Community Health Clubs in Rwanda
Dr Parirenyatwa Minister’s speech
Length: 5 minutes
The Minister of Health in Zimbabwe Dr David Parirenyatwa endorses the Community Health Club Approach after a visit to one of the project sites.This video records an important mile stone when the Minister of Health calls for more preventative projects rather than just investing in hospitals. He calls for the CHC as a study case for the whole country to learn from it. ‘Can we make it national?‘ The policy is then shown by Africa AHEAD Country Director.
Review: English Subtitles and easily understandable for foreigners. Rating *****
What is a Community Health Club?
Monitoring Progress in Community Health Clubs
Length: 3.19 minutes
Review: This is a brief introduction to the online CHC registry at www.chcahead.com shows the potential of this as a tool for monitoring the hygiene behaviour change of CHCs. It is in clear English and useful for pitching this website for other users. Rating *****
How to use the chcahead monitoring tool
School Health Clubs in Zimbabwe
Length: 7.30 minutes
In 2012 Zimbabwe AHEAD in partnership with Action Contra la Faim started 53 School Health clubs in Gutu and Mberengwa Districts of Zimbabwe with a total of 3,101 members, and 15,825 beneficiaries.
Review: Opens with kids singing and goes onto Mberengwa graduations with a good song. snap shots of school activities showing tippy taps , and the raucous song goes on too long. Needs subtitles. Rating ***