Baseline Survey of 15 Districts in Malawi, 2012
This survey was conducted to measure levels of predictors of positive health practices, particularly knowledge, self-efficacy, risk perceptions, and social normative perceptions in 15 districts in Malawi. It also established baseline measures against which to measure change in key health practices across a broad range of health areas as well as in the area of health communication.
These findings provided meaningful insight contributing to the design, development, implementation and evaluation of the resulting Moyo ndi Mpambo communication interventions.
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- Barrier Analysis Questionnaires
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: 10 Reasons WASH is a Pathway to Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women and Girls
- MULTI-SBC: The Programmatic Aid for Multi-Sectoral Integration of SBC for FP Practitioners
- WASH FIT / WASH FIT Mobile
- The Behavior Change Framework
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- GESI Toolkit
- The Infection Control Symbol Package
- Advancing Gender in The Environment: Gender in Fisheries—A Sea of Opportunities
- Perceptions Regarding Healthy and Unhealthy Families: Formative Research Findings, Malawi
- Malawi Moyo ndi Mpamba: Findings from the 2016 Endline Survey of 15 Districts
- SBCC Strategy Malawi, 2011-2016
- Health Education Section Capacity Strengthening Initiative
- SSDI–Communication Toolkit- Moyo ndi Mpamba