I would recommend that you contact the SAIMR at Wits University in Gauteng.
They will undoubtedly have plenty of visual material.
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From: African Network of IT Experts and Professionals (ANITEP) List
[mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Benedict Tisa
Sent: 12 July 1999 04:11
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Subject: Help....need visuals
Maybe someone out there has some suggestions for us.....
At the request of USAID, the CHANGE project is developing a disease
detection kit , to support community-based surveillance activities. The kit
is being produced in collaboration with the primary users of the kit: CORE
Private Voluntary Organizations (PVOs), Peace Corps Volunteers, Japanese
Volunteers, and other interested non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
Because the identification of polio can be confusing at times we would like
to include a set of visual aids that would enable health workers to properly
identify polio and AFT/Polio we would like to include a set of information
cards with appropriate images. At first look there didn't seems to be much
existing that could be used. We have checked several web sites but haven't
been able to find good identifying visuals. If any one has suggestions as to
were we might be able to locate images of AFT/Polio, we would be very
Senior Program Officer
Academy For Educational Development
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The CHANGE Project is a newly-funded USAID cooperative agreement designed to
provide a focused source of leadership and technical assistance on behavior
change worldwide. The purpose of the project is to develop and apply new,
state-of-the-art techniques for behavior change that will increase the
impact, sustainability, scale and cost-effectiveness of interventions in
child health, maternal health, and nutrition education.