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This video provides an overview of the  Program for Organizational Growth, Resilience and Sustainability for Social and Behavior Change Communications Organizations (PROGRES_SBCC) tool and step by step instructions in how to administer the tool - this video is meant to be used after reviewing the

This is the User's Guide to be used when implementing the Program for Organizational Growth, Resilience and Sustainability for Social and Behavior Change Communications Organizations (PROGRES_SBCC). It includes a description of the tool, the phases of the assessment, and offers templates and other resources.

This is a template for an implementation plan to be undertaken when performing an SBCC capacity assessment as part of the Program for Organizational Growth, Resilience and Sustainability for Social and Behavior Change Communications Organizations (PROGRES_SBCC).

This is a template for a letter to be written by the lead of the assessment team in preparation for performing an SBCC capacity assessment as part of the Program for Organizational Growth, Resilience and Sustainability for Social and Behavior Change Communications Organizations (PROGRES_SBCC).

This is a list of documents that organizations can gather and use when performing an SBCC capacity assessment as part of the Program for Organizational Growth, Resilience and Sustainability for Social and Behavior Change Communications Organizations (PROGRES_SBCC).

This agenda template can be used for SBCC capacity assessment meetings as part of the Program for Organizational Growth, Resilience and Sustainability for Social and Behavior Change Communications Organizations (PROGRES_SBCC).

This is a streamlined tool to improve the quality of social and behavior change communication (SBCC) programs: SBCC Check-In. It is designed to be quick, constructive and used consistently throughout an SBCC programming cycle. Each SBCC Check-In only takes about 30 to 60 minutes to complete.

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