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Using SBC to Increase Family Planning Uptake in Zambia

This case study highlights how Breakthrough ACTION made the case for using social and behavior change to achieve family planning goals in Zambia.
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Resources for Social and Behavior Change Advocacy in Family Planning

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These two short animations and accompanying briefs illustrate that investment in SBC is critical to meeting global- and country-level family planning goals.

Designing for Provider Behavior Change: Developing Solutions to Provider-side Barriers to Quality Care

Written by: Allison Schachter and Stephanie Levy, Breakthrough ACTION A growing focus on provider behavior in global health programming has generated interest in further understanding and addressing barriers to providing quality care. Breakthrough…

Insights from an evaluation of provider provision of respectful maternity care in Zambia

REGISTER   Please join Breakthrough RESEARCH , on 30 June at 10:00 a.m. EDT as we discuss the results of our Respectful Maternity Care (RMC) program in Chipata, Zambia. Breakthrough RESEARCH, led by ideas42 and in collaboration with…

Harnessing Behavioral Design to Improve Maternal Care in Zambia

Written by: Jill Chanley, Jana Smith, and Rachel Yavinsky, Breakthrough RESEARCH Recently, Breakthrough RESEARCH, under work led by ideas42, applied behavioral design to assess the behavioral challenges that prevent providers in Zambia from…

Applying Behavioral Economics to Improve Women’s Experience with Maternal Care in Zambia

This page has resources about behavioral economics-informed solutions to improve labor and delivery care experience for women in Zambia.
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