HLL Lifecare Limited (formerly Hindustan Latex Limited) (HLL) is an Indian healthcare products manufacturing company based in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India.
The STI Operations Research (OR) study supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation under the Avahan, India AIDS Initiative, was undertaken jointly by the National AIDS Research Institute (NARI) Pune and FHI 360.
We helped develop communication material such as posters, brochures as well as designing manuals. Some of our team members were actively involved in the project then.
In the year 2000, IMO joined forces with the Global Environment Facility (GEF), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), member governments and the shipping industry to assist less-industrialized countries to tackle the ballast water problem.
Along with JHU CCP, we participated in the process of screening and development of communication material derived from field. The unique games designed by the outreach teams in the field were finalized, prototypes developed and printed.
Jawanhoon, Nadan nahin ("I'm young, not naive") campaign focusing on youth to increase risk perception and knowledge of HIV/AIDS.
Guidelines and Standards for Counseling High-risk Groups in Clinic Settings, defines the guidelines and minimum standards for counseling services provided in Avahan-supported clinics.
Several famous Bollywood stars were engaged to promote messages about HIV testing, prevention, and care for pregnant women and children in India through brochures, posters etc.
A unique campaign that captured the attention of the nation. Dabbawalas, the lifeline of Mumbai were engaged in the delivery of messages related to HIV and AIDS.
In partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), FHI developed the Clinic Operational Guidelines and Standards (COGS) to provide common approaches for STI prevention and management strategies, and operating guidelines and standards for Avahan-supported STI clinics.