This brief explains that theTékponon Jikuagou project in Benin is a low-cost package of activities that relies on existing social networks to diffuse new ideas in support of family planning.
Acknowledging that decades of programming to promote greater access to information and services have not closed the gap between unmet and met need, theTékponon Jikuagou campaign in Benin guides communities to shift social norms surrounding family planning and leads to new ideas, attitudes, and behaviors that support family planning use.
This toolkit aims to provide UNICEF Offices, counterparts and partners with one source of information for prevention (or risk reduction) and control of cholera outbreaks, preparedness, response and recovery – including integration with regular/development programs.
This four minute video is designed to encourage national and multinational businesses in India to invest in family planning through their corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives.
The main objective of the baseline household survey was to collect data on study respondents’ attitudes and behaviors related to fertility, child spacing and FP, to identify their FP need status, and to learn about their social networks.
In preparation for a campaign that was to be carried out in Mali (but was then moved to Benin following a political coup in Mali in 2012), formative research was carried out in two sites to look at the dynamics between network size, function, composition and density and the diffusion of ideas about family planning and fertility generally.
The objectives of the campaign outlined in this strategy are:
The goals of this national condom strategy for Sri Lanka are to:
This document outlines a ten step strategic approach to creating programs for condom promotion.
The ten steps are:
This video provides an overview of the Communication for Healthy Living Project in Egypt. It covers each of the project's campaigns, with testimony from members of communities speaking about how the program affected and improved their lives.