This is a module created to improve preparedness for and response of communities in countries at risk of a cholera epidemic.
This is reference material to be used during Social Behavior Change for Health training for health personnel.
This is the guide to be used by facilitators during Social Behavior Change for SBC training of health personnel.
This material is a guide to those who would like to learn how to manage their facebook page. This was developed as part of the program of guidance in social/digital media management for health personnel. It is part of a larger program to enhance the capacity of service providers and other health personnel.
This material was developed as part of a capacity development program for service providers. The guide aims to teach health personnel how to perform data analysis for planning Social and Behavior Change (SBC) programs and activities.
This material was developed as a how-to guide for health personnel on to use digital media for message dissemination to reach their intended audience. It is part of a capacity development program for service providers in improving their skills in social and behavior change.
This is an interactive malaria messaging guide for providers to use when counseling clients about various malaria issues. It was created as part of a wider Provider Behavior Change project.
This fact sheet provides basic information about U=U. It opens with the question: Did you know that having an undetectable viral load on HIV treatment (ART) stops HIV transmission?
Social and behavior change (SBC) for service delivery refers to using SBC processes and techniques to motivate and increase uptake and/or maintenance of health service-related behaviors among intended audiences. SBC for service delivery is distinguished by its focus on service interactions: the use of SBC to motivate clients to access services (before services); to improve the client-provider interaction (during services); and to boost adherence and maintenance (after services). The concept includes considerations of social and cultural norms that impact service use (or non-use) and delivery, the physical environment in which services are delivered, and the communication that takes place between a client and provider.