This is could prove really helpful, because many times, the lack of knowledge of available resources becomes the demise of the individual. Also, do you have a direct channels in which to provide knowledge about the resources at hand?
This is a very unique idea, because a picture speak volumes. Also, keep in mind that some of the end users live in rural settings so there might be a possibility of them not knowing some of the pictures of the health products illustrated in the books. Therefore, consider adding volunteers in your distribution process who would actually go within the community with some of the health products to introduce it and actually show them how to use it.
This is an awesome idea! The impact of mentorship can never be overlooked or underestimated. I am a product of an effective mentorship program myself, and I testify that it really helped me to see my life differently. And as for getting adequate amount of mentors and volunteers, the state could provide incentives to involve college students to participate in it as well. I believe that the proximity in age could really help them build a much more intimate connection.