Malawi Moyo ndi Mpamba : Findings from the 2016 Endline Survey of 15 Districts
This is the endline report of the Moyo ndi Mpamba project in Malawi.
This study relied on a stratified random sampling design, weighted by population, with 15 intervention and four control districts. The sample was stratified by district, enumeration areas and sex. The total sample comprised of 2,205 respondents; 981 men and 1,224 women.
The report details methodology and findings in each of the health areas covered by the project.
- Behavior-Centered Approaches to Improve Health Outcomes
- Small Doable Actions: A Feasible Approach to Behavior Change
- The Behavior Change Framework
- GESI Toolkit
- Barrier Analysis Questionnaires
- WASH FIT / WASH FIT Mobile
- The Infection Control Symbol Package
- Global Handwashing Day 2015 Social Media Toolkit
- From Awareness to Action A Guide for District and Block-level Functionaries to Implement Behavior Change Communication Programmes
- Using Media and Communication to Respond to Public Health Emergencies: Lessons Learned from Ebola