Programmatic Implications of Zika-Related Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices
This suite of Zika-Related Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices programmatic research briefs (available in English and Spanish) assesses various social and behavioral determinants related to Zika prevention in the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.
The surveys provided key insights for implementers that supported an evidence-based approach for social and behavior change (SBC) programming directed toward increasing Zika prevention behaviors at the household and community level, particularly those behaviors with the greatest potential to reduce Zika transmission and minimize negative pregnancy outcomes.
These programmatic research briefs describe work led by Tulane University under Breakthrough RESEARCH in collaboration with Tropical Medicine and Global Health Institute of the Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE, Dominican Republic) and TEPHINET (El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras).
- Social Behavior Change Programming for Public Health Emergencies: Lessons Learned from the USAID Zika Response in Latin America and the Caribbean
- KAP COVID: Exploring Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices for COVID-19 Prevention
- COVID-19 Communication Materials for the Americas
- Strengthening the USAID Zika Response: Experiences from the Zika Social and Behavior Change Working Group
- Vaccine Hesitancy in Low- and Middle-income Countries: Potential Implications for the COVID-19 Response
- Lessons Learned for SBC Programming from the USAID Zika Response
- MULTI-SBC: The Programmatic Aid for Multi-Sectoral Integration of SBC for FP Practitioners
- Innovation Brief: Translating Audience Segmentation Data into Family Planning Programmatic Action
- Engaging the Private Sector in Maternal and Neonatal Health in Low and Middle Income Countries
- Considerations for USAID Mission Staff for Programmatic COVID-19 Preparedness and Response: Digital Technologies and Data Systems
- Perceptions About Zika-related Prevention Behaviors in the Dominican Republic: Findings and Implications from a Qualitative Study
- Strategic Malaria Communication Guide for Central America
- Zika and My Baby? / Zika a mi bebe?
- Feasibility and Effectiveness of Behaviors to Prevent Zika in El Salvador: Results of a Qualitative Study
- Como estas alimentado a tu nino? [How Are You Feeding Your Child?] Cue Cards