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Finding Childhood TB Cases in Nigeria

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This video shows how Breakthrough ACTION worked with partners in Nigeria to improve early detection of tuberculosis in children.
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Breakthrough ACTION Nigeria Success Stories

This page documents the successes of Breakthrough ACTION’s work to improve health outcomes in Nigeria through social and behavior change.

The Role of Social and Behavior Change Interventions on the Increase in Tuberculosis Case Notification in Nigeria

This case study shows how an innovative social and behavior change campaign in Nigeria increased tuberculosis case notification by 50%.

Hit The Ground Running in 2022 With Our Top Five Resources

Breakthrough ACTION highlights its top five resources to help social and behavior change practitioners hit the ground running in the new year.

Breakthrough ACTION at 2021 ASTMH Annual Meeting

At the 2021 American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene meeting, Breakthrough ACTION presents on social and behavior change tuberculosis and malaria.
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SBC Flow Chart: Nigeria Tuberculosis Spotlight

This spotlight provides an overview of how the SBC Flow Chart was applied to develop solutions to address the low TB case detection rate in Nigeria.

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.