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New Social Norms Taxonomy to Address Family Planning Challenges in East Africa

Written by: Charudatt Chaudhari, Camber Collective Social norms—or the “the often unspoken ‘rules’ that govern behavior”[1]—can have powerful implications on family planning and reproductive health in societies around the world.…
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RENFORCEMENT DE LA CONFIANCE DANS LE SYSTÈME DE SANTÉ PUBLIQUE GUINÉEN : HISTOIRE D'UN PARTENARIAT CONSTRUCTIF

Il est de notoriété pour tout programme ambitieux de santé publique d’être bâti sur la confiance qui est un élément crucial pouvant largement contribuer à l’atteinte des objectifs. C’est pourquoi en 2018, lorsque le projet Breakthrough…
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Aligning Measures of Social and Behavior Change for Family Planning

Written by Claudia Vondrasek, Programs and Integration Director, Breakthrough ACTION, and Leanne Dougherty, Sr. Implementation Science Advisor, Breakthrough RESEARCH Social and behavior change (SBC) can be a powerful and cost-effective…
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Building Trust in the Guinean Public Health System: A Story of Intentional Partnership

Written by: Antonia Morzenti, Program Officer, and Meei Child, Communications Officer, Breakthrough ACTION Trust is a crucial element of public health programs. In 2018, when Breakthrough ACTION began working with the Service National de Promotion…