How do we leverage social and behavior change to address the intersection of family planning and intimate partner violence?

Seeking Breakthroughs in SBC at the Intersection of Family Planning and Intimate Partner Violence

This interactive page has resources for social and behavior change practitioners working at the intersection of family planning and intimate partner violence.
Two women and their babies receiving post natal care at a health center in SenegalJonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images/Images of Empowerment

New Technical Briefs Highlight Opportunities and Recommendations for Behavioral Economics and Human-Centered Design in Family Planning

This blog post introduces tools to help family planning social and behavior change practitioners use behavioral economics and human-centered design approaches.
Phase 1 Define: Mine existing knowledge, Intent statement, Deepen understanding; Phase 2 Design & Test: Imagine, Refine, Prototype, Test; Phase 3 Apply: Implement & Monitor, Evaluate & Refine, Adapt & ScaleBreakthrough ACTION

Social and Behavior Change Flow Chart

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Using human-centered design principles, the SBC Flow Chart asks users to adopt a beginner's mind to identify new insights to solve public health problems.
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Getting Back to Good Health Faster

This blog post describes how Breakthrough ACTION used a human-centered approach to increase tuberculosis case detection and save lives.
Four women speak at at the 2019 CORE Group Global Health Practitioner Conference in Kenya2019 CORE Group Global Health Practitioner Conference

Reflections from the CORE Group Conference: How Does Breakthrough RESEARCH’s Work Respond to Practitioner Priorities?

The blog post discusses three priorities that surfaced during a conference for health practitioners on the frontlines during discussions of community health.
A provider training by SM360+ mentors

Harnessing Behavioral Design to Improve Maternal Care in Zambia

This blog post highlights how behavioral design enabled the development of low-cost, feasible solutions to promote respectful maternal care in Zambia.