Social and Behavior Change Communication Implementation Kits
Promoting Quality Malaria Medicines Through SBCC
Substandard, spurious, falsified, falsely-labeled and counterfeit – or SSFFC – malaria medicines cause undue harm because they cannot effectively treat malaria. SSFFC malaria medicines can also negatively influence consumer behavior and threaten national healthcare systems. The Promoting Quality Malaria Medicines Through SBCC Implementation Kit (I-Kit) provides national and local stakeholders, as well as program managers, with key considerations and a road map for designing and implementing a country-specific social and behavior change communication (SBCC) campaign that protects the public from poor quality malaria medicines and responds to the threat of poor quality medicines in their country.
Integrating SBCC into Service Delivery Programs
The Integrating SBCC into Service Delivery Programs I-Kit aims to help service delivery project managers effectively use service communication to enhance the impact of their project. This I-Kit can be used to help increase demand for and uptake of services, and improve consistent long-term maintenance of healthy behaviors. It is designed to help users understand key service communication concepts, apply SBCC techniques to create successful communication activities, and learn how to better coordinate efforts with SBCC projects.
Social and Behavior Change Communication for Emergency Preparedness
The Social and Behavior Change Communication for Emergency Preparedness Implementation Kit provides a set of key considerations for SBCC activities in emergency situations. Users will gain an understanding of the key considerations for an SBCC emergency preparedness plan and the foundation of an SBCC strategy, one of the key documents for an emergency communication response. This I-Kit should ideally be used during the preparedness phase of a public health emergency. Countries and locations considered prone to emergencies could use this I-Kit to ensure that communication is integrated into the overall preparedness strategy.
Provider Behavior Change
The Provider Behavior Change I-Kit provides step-by-step guidance on using SBCC to change provider behavior, and thereby improve client outcomes. It is designed to help you understand factors that influence provider behavior, design an assessment to understand the specific barriers your providers face, and develop an SBCC intervention to address those barriers. The I-Kit is intended for anyone working with and interested in changing provider behavior and improving services. This may include service delivery and SBCC program managers and designers.
Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancies: Addressing Advanced Maternal Age and High Parity in Family Planning Programs
Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancy (HTSP) is an under-utilized approach to family planning (FP) and maternal and child health (MCH) education, counseling and services to help families have planned pregnancies at the healthiest times of their lives for the best outcomes for mother and child. This I-Kit aims to help program managers use SBCC to include AMA and HP pregnancy topics in their existing or planned FP or MCH programs. It includes a set of adaptable HTSP communication materials and tools that focus on preventing AMA and HP pregnancies for various priority audiences.
Gender and Social and Behavior Change Communication
The Gender and Social and Behavior Change Communication Implementation Kit (I-Kit) provides a step-by-step approach to integrate gender into an existing SBCC strategy or marketing plan. The I-Kit is designed to help users understand gender concepts, theories and frameworks, assess the current level of gender integration in a project and use a series of tools to uncover new information that can be applied to an existing SBCC strategy or marketing plan.
Urban Adolescent Social and Behavior Change Communication
The Urban Adolescent Social and Behavior Change Communication Implementation Kit (I-Kit) provides a selection of Essential Elements and tools to guide the creation, or strengthening, of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) social and behavior change communication (SBCC) programs for urban adolescents aged 10 to 19. The I-Kit is designed to teach these essential SBCC elements and includes worksheets to illustrate each element and facilitate practical application. Disponible en français.
The Resource Mobilization Implementation Kit (I-Kit) will take you through each step of the resource mobilization process, from the fundamental elements of a strategic plan, as the source of new business opportunities, to the detailed phases of drafting a proposal for a donor, writing a business plan and preparing some smaller business development documents, such as a business opportunity brief. The primary audience for this I-Kit is SBCC practioners and organizations with a strong focus on SBCC.
Demand Generation for Underutilized, Life Saving Commodities
The Demand Generation Implementation Kit (I-Kit) is a step-by-step guide to developing communication strategies to increase demand for nine priority commodities, and provides cross-cutting tools, guidance and adaptable commodity-specific content. By using the I-Kit, country teams can fast-track implementation of demand generation interventions to accelerate progress towards MDGs 4 and 5.
The Ebola Communication Preparedness Implementation Kit (I-Kit) provides national and local stakeholders, as well as program managers, with key considerations and a roadmap for instituting and implementing critical, relevant, practical and timely communication for responding to the threat of an Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak. The I-Kit guides countries in social and behavior change communication (SBCC) and risk communication activity planning, including communication plan development for every stage of an Ebola response.
Supporting Breastfeeding Interventions for Faith-Based Organizations
The Supporting Breastfeeding Interventions for Faith-Based Organizations Implementation Kit (I-Kit) provides SBCC practitioners with straightforward guidance and interactive tools to assist in developing breastfeeding SBCC programs. While this I-Kit was designed with FBOs in mind, any type of organization seeking to improve breastfeeding practices can use it.
Designing a Social and Behavior Change Communication Strategy
The Designing a Social and Behavior Change Communication Strategy Implementation Kit (I-Kit) provides guidance on how to develop a communication strategy for social and behavior change communication (SBCC). The steps and tools are designed to help program managers, communication specialists and relevant stakeholders prepare and plan for effective SBCC initiatives through a comprehensive approach.
Kit de mise en oeuvre pour la création de la demande des produits sous-utilisés dans le service de SRMNI
Le kit de mise en oeuvre pour la création de la demande, ou « I-Kit », est un guide étape par étape pour developper des stratégies de communication dans le but d’augmenter la demande en produits SRMNI. Il offre également des outils pluridisciplinaires, des conseils et des données adaptables spécifiques aux produits. Le I-Kit a été conçu pour soutenir la Commission des Nations Unies chargée des produits d’urgence indispensables aux femmes et aux enfants dans le cadre de l’initiative Every Woman Every Child (EWEC).
LE MANUEL DE MISE EN ŒUVRE POUR LA CCSC DE LA SSR DESTINÉE AUX ADOLESCENTS EN MILIEU URBAIN
Si vous cherchez un outil pour vous vous assister à développer les programmes de santé sexuelle et reproductive et le changement comportemental destinés aux adolescents en milieu urbain, vous êtes au bon endroit ! Vous pouvez accéder le Manuel de mise en œuvre de communication pour le changement social et comportemental à destination des adolescents en milieu urbain ici en ligne, ou vous pouvez le télécharger pour l’imprimer ou l’utiliser sur votre ordinateur.
MANUEL DE MISE EN ŒUVRE POUR LA PLANIFICATION ET ESPACEMENT IDÉAL DES GROSSESSES POUR LA SANTÉ (PEIGS)
Le Manuel de mise en œuvre PEIGS est conçu pour aider les responsables de programmes à aborder les risques de santé pour les femmes enceintes à l’âge de 35 ans et plus (d’âge maternel avancé ou AMA) et pour celles ayant accouché cinq fois et plus (de haute parité ou HP) dans leurs programmes de planification familiale ou de santé maternelle et infantile. Vous pouvez utiliser le Manuel en ligne ou le télécharger ici pour l’imprimer ou l’utiliser sur votre ordinateur.