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Social and Behavior Change for Sexual and Reproductive Health Service Delivery Online Course

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This free online course summarizes how and where social and behavior change approaches can be used to improve service delivery at each stage of the service continuum.

Starting Off Right: Mentorship Begins With Empathy

In Nepal, Jhpiego is using a card activity developed by Breakthrough ACTION to empower adolescents to choose and practice healthy reproductive behaviors.
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Antenatal Care Client Segmentation Toolkit

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This toolkit helps malaria practitioners and implementing partners plan and integrate segmentation-based profiles into their existing work.
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Segmenting Malaria Health Providers: A Technical Brief

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This technical brief explains how SBC practitioners can identify provider audience segments to improve the malaria case management journey.
Community members gather to pilot a new family planning counseling tool in NigerAmadou Oumarou
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Présentation de la plateforme SBC Learning Central : Une nouvelle ressource pour mettre en place une base solide de professionnels qualifiés en matière de CSC dans le monde entire

Malgré les progrès novateurs réalisés dans le domaine du changement social et de comportement (CSC), ce secteur n'a toujours pas encore attiré l'attention de nombreux leaders clés du développement et reste sous-utilisé. Breakthrough…
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Introducing SBC Learning Central: A New Resource to Create a Critical Mass of Skilled Practitioners Worldwide

SBC Learning Central courses provide foundational knowledge and skills to help public health professionals incorporate new SBC approaches and methodologies.
Six female primary health care workers in IndiaUSAID, 2021