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.
This Community Health Worker Flipchart is an integrated SBCC support material that contains cue cards and corresponding content on SSDI-Communication’s six focal health areas that aligned with the messages included in the Family Health Booklet. The flipchart is simple and easy to use, even for low-literate audiences.
To promote health behavior change across the six focal health areas of the Moyo ndi Mpamba campaign and increase brand recognition, SSDI-Communication produced this series of posters, along with other materials such as leaflets, billboards, and radio spots, that it disseminated on a massive scale.
To promote health behavior change across the six focal health areas of the Moyo ndi Mpamba campaign and increase brand recognition, SSDI-Communication produced these billboards, along with a series of posters, leaflets, and radio spots that it disseminated on a massive scale. Moyo ndi Mpamba billboards appeared in 11 locations throughout Malawi
The USAID Suaahara II "Good Nutrition" program (2016-2021) aims to improve the nutritional status of women and children in 40 districts of Nepal. This will be achieved through partnerships with the Government of Nepal (GoN), private sector entities, and other USAID-funded initiatives.
The first file is a success story of family planning satisfied users during an interaction. Similarly, second file describes how the integration of family planning service with immunization could increase uptake of family planning service at rural areas. The third file depicts an event how a man was interested in NSV after couple counseling.
The Nepal Contraceptive Retail Sales (CRS) Project was established in July 1976. Its status was formally acknowledged by the Ministry of Finance in 1978. Financial support was provided by USAID through Westinghouse Electric Inc, USA.
This strategy has five basic objectives:
This toolkit was developed to promote USAID/BASICS strategy to utilize maternal and child health entry points to care to introduce messages around healthy timing and spacing and or limiting pregnancies to mothers, couples and care givers that access child health services.
This poster can be hung in facility waiting or exam rooms to present HTSP/FP information to clients. It asks clients if they want to get pregnant again, and helps them decide what is the best timing for their next pregnancy.