This is a module created to improve preparedness for and response of communities in countries at risk of a cholera epidemic.
Public Health Facility
Service communication is the use of Social and Behavior Change (SBC) processes and techniques to motivate health service-related behaviors among intended audiences across the continuum of care – Before, During and After services.
This handbill/pamphlet developed in Nigeria provides information on how men can participate in their family’s health and support their wives/partners.
It outlines how they can help during:
This job aid was developed in Nigeria to provide information on how men can participate in their family’s health and support their wives/partners during various phases of pregnancy, labor, and infancy/childhood.
These 5 posters developed in Nigeria provide information on how men can participate in their family’s health and support their wives/partners during pre-pregnancy and pregnancy as well as during labor and delivery, postnatal care, infancy and childhood.
This is an introductory video to the inSCALE project in Uganda, which was created to make the work of community health workers (CHWs) easier. Using cell phones, they share the data they've collected at the end of the week, speak regularly to their supervisors and colleagues, and use innovative app-based tools to improve their performance.
This I-Kit provides step-by-step guidance on using SBCC to change provider behavior, and thereby improve client outcomes.
This is a series of demand generation 60-second radio spots for modern FP methods adapted to state-specific contexts and community structures/events. The radio spots are part of a FP campaign in Nigeria.
These posters, produced as part of the family planning organization NURHI in Nigeria, serve a dual purpose. They serve as job aids for service providers and as reminder materials for clients.
These brochures serve as a way of reinforcing information about family planning. They are distributed in Nigerian communities to remind community members of the benefits of birth spacing at all levels of society from the individual to the family and community level.