This library includes resources from SPRING's work to help social and behavior change (SBC) practitioners design, implement, and monitor effective SBC interventions for nutrition.
This study explored gender patterns in coastal and marine resources management to improve understanding about the state of women and men in environmental decision making and the structural challenges preventing equitable opportunities for men and women in relation to the coastal, marine and fisheries sectors.
On February 7th, 2019, the Global Handwashing Partnership, in conjunction with USAID and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, hosted a webinar discussion on the development and randomized controlled trial of a water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) mobile health program in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The Clean Cooking Alliance (Alliance), government agency SREDA, Social Marketing Company and Purplewood implemented a campaign, between 2016 to 2019, for promoting clean cooking products in Bangladesh.
Under BKMI, the Bangladesh Knowledge Management Initiative II (BKMI), multiple frameworks were developed to outline approaches to strengthen SBCC capacity within the Bangladesh Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The strategic plan for the national Health Population and Nutrition Sector Development Program (HPNSDP) describes the Government o
The Bangladesh Behavior Change Communication (BCC) Working Group provides a platform for Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) professionals from different backgrounds to learn, network and share experiences related to SBCC for Health, Population and Nutrition (HPN) in Bangladesh.
This National Comprehensive SBCC Strategy was officially disseminated on August 30, 2016 by BKMI and the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.
This strategy includes direction for:
The Bangladesh Behavior Change Communication (BCC) Working Group is a common platform for harmonizing and coordinating BCC activities in the Health, Population and Nutrition (HPN) sector in Bangladesh.
As part of a national initiative to archive important SBCC documentation, the Government of Bangladesh established easy-to-access digital archives which contain SBCC materials developed by the 3 MoHFW units: