Interventions de changement de comportement pour une maternité sûre: Des problèmes communs, des solutions spécifiques
This paper focuses on the MNH Program's work in the area of Behavior Change Interventions (BCI). BCI activities were undertaken in nearly every MNH Program country, and these activities were evaluated through population-based surveys in Burkina Faso, Guatemala, Indonesia and Nepal. The results of work in these four countries provide a valuable narrative from which constructive lessons can be learned.
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