Landscape Analysis Workshops in Nepal Summary Findings
The National Health Information Education and Communication Center (NHEICC), with support from Breakthrough ACTION, conducted Landscape Analysis Workshops with government and non-government stakeholders at the central, provincial, and local levels in order to understand the changing social and behavior change (SBC) system for health and how data on health are used in SBC programs.
These workshops were conducted to identify and take advantage of opportunities to strengthen the system. The purpose of the Landscape Analysis Workshops was to identify and clarify who influences local-level SBC for health, and who influences how data on health is used in SBC programs at the various levels.
Source: Breakthrough ACTION/Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Date of Publication: April 13, 2020
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