Country Projects Overview - Cote d'Ivoire
Breakthrough ACTION Cote d'Ivoire is a five year program (2017-2022) designed to improve adoption of beneficialhealth practices as normative behaviors. This result will contribute to the broader goal of improved health and development outcomes in programmatic focus areas.
The project will work at all levels – national, regional, district and community—with the Government of Côte d’Ivoire (GOCI) to strengthen health care systems for disease prevention, detection, response, and treatment. It will also support the Government of Cote d'Ivoire in improving the delivery of selected health care services for targeted populations.
HC3’s work in Côte d’Ivoire built on the activities begun under the PACT project, which was implemented by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (CCP).
HC3 strengthened the capacity of local stakeholders to implement SBCC programs that support HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment services. In particular, HC3 enhanced the effectiveness of SBCC in promoting HIV service uptake, ART adherence, community-based care/support efforts, healthy social norms and couple communication.
- Plan Stratégique National de Plaidoyer en matière de lutte contre le Paludisme (PSNPP) en Côte d'Ivoire 2018-2023
- Lever les Tabous: La sexualité et les approches promouvant l’égalité des genres pour mettre fin aux unions et aux mariages d’enfants, précoces et forcés
- Birth Spacing and Family Welfare Sermons
- Community Communication MNCH e-Manual: Participatory Health Promotion Sessions
- Reaching First-Time Parents and Young Married Women for Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancies in Burkina Faso
- The ECHO Study Report
- HTSP Project Briefs: Niger, Togo
- Creating Mobile Health Solutions for Behaviour Change: A Study of Eight Services in the mNutrition Initiative Portfolio
- HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health Programming: Innovative Approaches to Integrated Service Delivery
- “Because my Husband and I Have Never Had a Baby Before…” Results and Lessons from Interventions with First-Time Parents in Madagascar, Mozambique, and Nigeria