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Can Social Listening and Social Media Monitoring Benefit Your SBC Activities?

Photo credit: Merci Mon Héros Written by: Rachel Yavinsky, Martha Silva, and Leanne Dougherty, Breakthrough RESEARCH   Social media has increasingly become one of the most popular places for individuals to express their views…

Informing Social and Behavior Change Programs Using Social Listening and Social Monitoring

This brief (English and French) offers practical guidance on how to use social listening as a tool to inform social and behavior change (SBC) programs. It is intended for global and regional SBC program implementers, evaluators, and donors in…
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New website highlights evidence for social and behavior change impact

Written by: Olivia Carlson, Program Officer, Breakthrough ACTION Are you looking for peer-reviewed literature that shows what works in social and behavior change (SBC)? Do you need evidence to back up your advocacy work for greater investment…
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Is Better Measurement the Key to Increased Investment in Social and Behavior Change for Family Planning in Francophone West Africa?

Written by: Liselle Yorke and Leanne Dougherty, Breakthrough RESEARCH Access and demand are crucial levers in family planning programming but “understanding how these two are linked and when each should be prioritized is difficult,” note…
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Compass for SBC “Spotlight” on Breakthrough RESEARCH

As USAID’s flagship social and behavior change (SBC) research and evaluation project, Breakthrough RESEARCH—a consortium led by the Population Council that includes Avenir Health, ideas42, the Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown…
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New Social and Behavior Change Indicator Bank for Family Planning and Service Delivery

Written by: Shannon Conlon, Senior Associate, Breakthrough ACTION Indicators measuring social and behavior change (SBC) for service delivery are often not standardized, making it difficult for smaller implementing partners to identify indicators,…