La prise en charge des maladies au niveau communautaire vise à améliorer l’état de santé des populations particulièrement celui des enfants et des femmes enceintes par la promotion de bonnes pratiques familiales et communautaires.
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
This technical report from a 2021 study on rural sanitation in Lofa and Nimba Counties was conducted by the Johns Hopkins Unversity Center for Communications Programs and Save the Children.
These infographics draw on data and a programmatic research brief from the first phase of a Breakthrough RESEARCH behavioral sentinel surveillance (BSS) survey that has been completed in northwestern Nigeria.
In RISE II, the Resilience Food Security Activity partners use a variety of social and behavior change (SBC) approaches, including community mobilization, interpersonal communication through peer group activities, and mass media, to address priority health behaviors.
"This document describes an approach for conducting a national situational analysis of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) as a basis for improving quality of care.
Thr Communication for Health project, the flagship Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) project was implemented in Ethiopia from June 2015 to December 2020, with funding and technical support provided by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). CCP and subcontractor John Snow, Inc. (JSI) partnered with the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) and regional health bureaus (RHBs) to build the health system’s capacity in SBCC and implement innovative SBCC interventions to improve the health practices of individuals and communities.
Climate Action Superheroes aim to educate and engage children on how to help limit global warming and take care of the environment. Each of the missions has downloadable content including activities to be done by the child with the help of an adult.
In 2011, the Support for Service Delivery Integration (SSDI)-Communication was implemented by JHU/CCP in collaboration with Save the Children. SSDI-Communication developed and disseminated behavior change communication materials on 6six priority health areas- family planning and reproductive health, malaria, HIV/AIDS, maternal, neonatal and child health, nutrition, and WASH.
In 2011, USAID Malawi awarded the five year, US $100 million Support for Service DeliveryIntegration (SSDI) Project, consisting of three separate, but interrelated Cooperative Agreements: