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Learn Better. Learn Together.

Participants in the Know, Care, Do: A Theory of Change for Engaging Men and Boys in Family Planning course benefited from a cohort-based learning approach.
A man collects water for testing in LiberiaAmiton Z. Lekpor

Using Testimonials to Drive Action: A Story of Hygiene Promotion in Liberia

In Liberia, Breakthrough ACTION combined the power of storytelling, technology, and collaboration to promote better hygiene.
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Kicking Goals for Health: A Game-Changing Approach to Behavior Change

This blog post highlights how Breakthrough ACTION leveraged the Africa Cup of Nations soccer event to encourage men to champion their families’ health.
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Data Collected by Breakthrough ACTION to Be Useful for Decision Makers for Years to Come

In Guatemala, Breakthrough ACTION created a dashboard that local governments can use to make data-driven decisions in a variety of health areas.
Trois personnes de l'équipe de Breakthrough ACTION Sahel RISE II du Burkina FasoBreakthrough ACTION

Création d’un espace pour l’innovation et la collaboration entre les professionnels du changement social et comportemental francophones

Écrit par : Denise Adou Brou Epse ASSANVO (Senior Program Officer) et Antonia Morzenti (Program Officer II) Breakthrough ACTION a amplifié la voix des professionnels francophones de la communication pour le changement social et de comportement…
Three people from the Breakthrough ACTION Sahel RISE II team from Burkina FasoBreakthrough ACTION

Creating a Space for Innovation and Collaboration Among French-Speaking Social and Behavior Change Professionals

Breakthrough ACTION created a space for francophone social and behavior change practitioners to collaborate during the 2022 SBCC Summit.
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All hands on deck: Addressing the mental health crisis in Bangladesh

Breakthrough ACTION worked with governmental agencies and universities in Bangladesh to fill the gap between mental health needs and availability of care.
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Doing Digital Right: Five Recommendations on Reaching Youth about Contraception and Reproductive Health Online

Based on extensive research, Breakthrough ACTION presents five recommendations for reaching youth about contraception and reproductive health online.
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I, Chatbot: Harnessing Digital Technology for Family Planning and Reproductive Health Education for West African Youth

Breakthrough ACTION worked with youths in West Africa to develop a chatbot that fills common knowledge gaps in family planning and reproductive health.