This national risk communication strategy document was developed in collaboration with One Health stakeholders in Cote d'Ivoire, with support from Breakthrough ACTION. It focuses on the country's five priority zoonotic diseases and has been structured according to the main phases of health threat management (preparation, response, and recovery).
Alive & Thrive is an initiative in Vietnam aimed at improving infant and young child feeding by increasing rates of exclusive breastfeeding and improving complementary feeding practices. This document describes the IYCF support group model, how it is established, and the tools used in its implementation.
Dans le cadre de la mise en œuvre du Règlement Sanitaire International (RSI), la Côte d’Ivoire a adhéré au Programme Mondiale de la Santé (en anglais, GHSA). Il s’agit d’un programme qui vise à renforcer les capacités du pays en matière de prévention, détection et réponse aux menaces sanitaires, que ces menaces soient d’origine animale, humaine ou environnementale, à travers l’approche « Une seule santé ».
As social norms are context and culture specific, the Learning Collaborative to Advance Normative Change created this map to display results from members' work on social norms-focused interventions and research projects around the world. Case studies and tools of each project can be found by clicking on a location or using the filter options.
Behavior change is complex and can be a challenging programmatic objective to achieve in any context, requiring a clear understanding of why people engage in behaviors in the first place. Tackling it from an unconventional perspective, however, may lead to fresh insights that can help inform the design of social and behavior change (SBC) programs and maximize their success.
The SAGE Working Group on Vaccine Hesitancy developed a vaccine hesitancy measure, the Vaccine Hesitancy Scale (VHS). This scale has the potential to aid in the advancement of research and immunization policy but has not yet been psychometrically evaluated.
Ongoing marginalization or discrimination in societies around the world, caused and perpetuated in large part by unfair public policies, leads to certain people and groups having more or less access to resources and services based on their social class, race/ethnicity, gender, religion, migrant or citizenship status, ability, or other aspects of their identities.
The objective of this qualitative study was to understand key factors influencing the demand, or lack thereof, for family planning in Ibadan and Kaduna, Nigeria.