This is a module created to improve preparedness for and response of communities in countries at risk of a cholera epidemic.
Sproxil Defender, a point-of-sale product verification solution, empowers consumers to use their own mobile phone to instantly identify genuine products in the marketplace and grow the trust they have in their favorite brands.
This is a training package for working with street children on the topics of substance use, sexual and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, and STDs.
The CHAMP 990 Talkline was first established in 2003 in Zambia as an HIV and AIDS hotline. These materials were developed in 2012 with support from USAID under the Communication Support for Health (CSH) Project.
This is a set of fact sheets and guidance for use by Talkline counselors.
UNICEF, working with support from Johnson & Johnson, adapted the BabyCenter mission motherhood messages for health programs in low resource settings.
This literature review summarizes the available published literature on behavioral determinants and sociocultural systems and norms that influence specific priority zoonotic diseases in West Africa.
This literature review summarizes the available published literature on behavioral determinants and sociocultural systems and norms that influence specific priority zoonotic diseases in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Understanding the costs associated with social and behavior change (SBC) interventions for health is critical for budgeting, price setting, program planning, and economic analysis.
Breakthrough RESEARCH is gathering, analyzing, and sharing evidence on the costs and impact of social and behavior change (SBC) interventions to support the case that investing in SBC is crucial for improving health and advancing development. A review of the SBC costing literature identified 147 studies on SBC costs, methodological shortcomings, and knowledge gaps that can be addressed in new SBC costing studies. https://www.thecompassforsbc.org/sites/all/modules/wysiwyg/plugins/break..." title="">
Social and behavior change (SBC) interventions like mass media, interpersonal communication, and community engagement play a critical role in improving health outcomes. Yet gaps in information on the costs and impacts of SBC interventions mean an incomplete picture of the value of SBC interventions, their contributions to social and health outcomes, and potential cost savings from implementing SBC programming for malaria.