Program Guidance

Crisis and emergency risk communication (CERC) )is the strategy used to provide information that allows an individual, stakeholders, or an entire community to make the best possible decisions during a crisis emergency event. The purpose of a public health response to a crisis is to efficiently and effectively reduce and prevent illness, injury, and death and return individuals and communities to normal.

Every budget is different and depends on the scope of the project or activity. This budget template provides an outline to help think about what may be included in a budget. The template prompts the user to include budget items such as salaries, benefits, consultants, travel, supplies, meetings, activities, equipment, and media.

Problem tree analysis is central to many forms of project planning and is well developed among development agencies. Problem tree analysis (also called Situational analysis or just Problem analysis) helps to find solutions by mapping out the anatomy of cause and effect around an issue in a similar way to a Mind map, but with more structure. 

This is a chart which can be used to select media channels for an SBCC campaign.  The tool helps the user select an appropriate channel mix by considering when (timing) and where (location) one could most effectively reach an intended audience.

A storyboard is a graphic organizer in the form of illustrations or images displayed in sequence for the purpose of pre-visualizing a motion picture, animation, motion graphic or interactive media sequence.

The purpose of this manual is to provide detailed specifications for the indicators that can be measured through household surveys and the data that is required for their construction, as well as the issues related to their  interpretation.

This template can be used when analyzing the characteristics of an audience to decide how to segment the intended audience when designing an SBCC campaign.

The characteristics of the audience can include: