The Transform/PHARE project developed innovative approaches to enhance health-related behavior change programming and family planning outcomes by adapting novel techniques from marketing, advertising, human-centered design, and behavioral economics.
Le projet Transform/PHARE a développé des approches innovantes pour optimiser la programmation du changement de comportement en matière de santé et les résultats de la planification familiale (PF) en adaptant de nouvelles techniques issues du marketing, de la publicité, du design centré sur l’humain et de l’économie comportementale.
La prise en charge des maladies au niveau communautaire vise à améliorer l’état de santé des populations particulièrement celui des enfants et des femmes enceintes par la promotion de bonnes pratiques familiales et communautaires.
This case study, presented as an interview with the project coordinator, describes the development, implementation and impact of using murals as tools for social and behavior change.
Nigeria imposed a country-wide lockdown at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Programs suspended important social and behavior change (SBC) interventions for malaria prevention and treatment, like household visits, compound meetings, and community dialogues.
Breakthrough ACTION worked with the Kenyan Division of the National Malaria Programme to develop this spot that promotes malaria prevention, testing, and treatment.
Little Mosquito Big Problem is a social media campaign designed by Breakthrough ACTION-Guyana in collaboration with the Government of Guyana about malaria prevention. During the COVID-19 pandemic, social media posts reminded the public that even during the pandemic they must remember all aspects of malaria prevention and treatment.
These videos were produced by the Niger National Malaria Control Program to maintain the public's awareness about malaria during the COVID-19 pandemic. The videos are in Hausa and Zarma.
The Madagascar Ministry of Health created posters for their Insecticide-Treat Net Campaign during the COVID-19 pandemic.