Human-centered design (HCD) is increasingly being applied in global health programs, but its application varies widely across projects, and its documentation is limited.
This page describes the Ecological Model of behavior change theory. It is intended to provide guidance to professionals working in social and behavior change.
This page offers a link to a webinar asking important questions about using entertainment media, inlcuding social media, to shape social and behavior change.
"Social listening is the monitoring of a brand's social media channels for any customer feedback and direct mentions of the brand or discussions regarding specific keywords, topics, competitors, or industries, followed by an analysis to gain insights and act on those opportunities."
Social media analytics is data offered by most social media sites that provides insight into what people are responding to and engaging with on social channels.
This kit offers step-by-step guidance and templates to planning, choosing, setting up and managing a feedback and complaints system.
This document offers tools to help the media play their role in the COVID-19 pandemic response through accurate, ethical and responsible reporting. It also proposes ways to approach coverage and encourages journalists to provide advice and solutions that can help reduce health risks and save people's lives.
This presentation teaches how to understand the impact of rumors on programs and operations, and offers techniques to capture and address them.
Costing is the process of data collection and analysis for estimating the cost of a health intervention. High-quality cost data on social and behavior change (SBC) are critical not only for developing budgets, planning, and assessing program proposals, but can also feed into advocacy, program prioritization, and agenda setting.
The “Business Case for Social and Behavior Change (SBC) in Family Planning” synthesizes the SBC cost literature and SBC effectiveness literature in family planning to demonstrate the cost-effectiveness of SBC and the pathways through which effectiveness is achieved.