NURHI 2 Social Mobilization Tools
Social mobilization has been used over the years at different times to increase awareness of social issues and promote change at the community level. Numerous studies have demonstrated the importance of social mobilization in improving health-seeking behaviors.
In family planning, social mobilization is used to generate demand for products and services through community-based activities, such as neighborhood campaigns, community dialogues and key life events. In NURHI 2, programming for young persons is intentional, with discussions around life planning and reproductive health.These activities promote family planning discussions at the community level and direct potential clients to health facilities for more information on family planning and uptake of modern family planning methods.
All mobilization activities focus on making family planning information available and bringing the services closer to the community members, even in hard-to-reach areas.
The following tools are available on the page:
- Practice Guide: Behaviour Change Communication during Crisis
- COVID-19 Planning Guide for Adapting Risk Communication and Community Engagement as Public Health and Social Measures Shift: With Safety Tips for Conducting Community Meetings
- Promoting Quality Malaria Medicines Through SBCC: An Implementation Kit
- COVID-19 Learning Pathway
- The REPLACE Approach: Supporting Communities to End FGM
- How-To Guide for a Social Network Diffusion Intervention to Overcome Social Barriers to Family Planning
- A National Plan to Enable Comprehensive COVID-19 Case Finding and Contact Tracing in the US
- Integrating SBCC into Service Delivery Programs
- Economic Empowerment: A Potential Pathway for Women and Girls to Gain Control Over Their Sexual and Reproductive Health
- Incorporating Net Care into Malaria Social and Behavior Change Communication Strategies: A Step-by-Step Guide