The SBCC Mapping Tool is a process for improving an organization’s capacity to design, implement and evaluate social and behavior change communication programs. This tool can be used in conjunction with the PROGRES_SBCC assessment to help organizations better understand fundamental organizational requirements, management systems and structures to ensure long term sustainability of the organization.
The University of Western Cape created this guide for Shuga Series 3 through a participatory weekend retreat involving university students and professors.
These radio programs supported and enhanced the Shuga TV series throughout the campaign, using the same objectives and BCC messages as the TV drama. In the original series, developed in Kenya, the 12 episodes were followed by two 25-minute pre-recorded magazine shows which further explored the topics covered with young people, experts from the c
This photonovel is meant to accompany the Shuga TV series. The story tells of a teenage girl who is approached by an older man, who offers to pay her school fees. She ends up in his apartment, and he attempts to seduce her. When she refuses, he beats her. She decides to take the case to court, braving the possibility of her friends' gossip a
This comic book is based on the Season 3 story of the Shuga TV Series which was based that year in Nigeria. It tells the story of a young couple, and covers topics such as domestic violence, reproductive health, HIV, HIV testing, faithfulness, and multiple partners. It is meant to accompany the TV series.
This is the endline report of the Moyo ndi Mpamba project in Malawi.
This is the User's Guide to be used when implementing the Program for Organizational Growth, Resilience and Sustainability for Social and Behavior Change Communications Organizations (PROGRES_SBCC). It includes a description of the tool, the phases of the assessment, and offers templates and other resources.
This is a template for an implementation plan to be undertaken when performing an SBCC capacity assessment as part of the Program for Organizational Growth, Resilience and Sustainability for Social and Behavior Change Communications Organizations (PROGRES_SBCC).