Thr Communication for Health project, the flagship Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) project was implemented in Ethiopia from June 2015 to December 2020, with funding and technical support provided by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). CCP and subcontractor John Snow, Inc. (JSI) partnered with the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) and regional health bureaus (RHBs) to build the health system’s capacity in SBCC and implement innovative SBCC interventions to improve the health practices of individuals and communities.
En février 2017, le Programme Nationale pour la Lutte contre le Sida en Côte d’Ivoire (PNLS CI) a émis une note circulaire aux prestataires de santé pour annoncer l’adoption de l’approche "Tester et traiter tous" comme nouvelle stratégie de prise en charge des personnes vivant avec le VIH en Côte d’Ivoire.
Breakthrough ACTION Nigeria is a United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded social and behavior change (SBC) project designed to increase the practice of priority health behaviors in the areas of malaria; maternal, newborn, and child health, including nutrition (MNCH+N); family planning/reproductive health; and tuberculosi
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Breakthrough RESEARCH, under work led by ideas42, applied behavioral design to assess the behavioral challenges that prevent providers in Zambia from providing respectful maternal care (RMC) in urban and rural health care settings.
The Malawi BRIDGE 1 Project, 2004-2009, was aimed at reducing new HIV infections in the country by engaging Malawians to protect themselves against HIV, assisting stakeholders in moving from talk to action, and helping communities create a more helpful future through ‘Nditha’ meaning ‘I Can’ brand. BRIDGE was designed to energize change in the way Malawians think and speak about HIV/AIDS and more importantly, in how they act.
Findings from BRIDGE I showed that exposure to the program led to improvements in factors that influence behavior, such as couple communication, efficacy to remain faithful, and community vibrancy. Creating a sense of hope, self-efficacy and community responsiveness were critical achievements in BRIDGE I