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Social and Behaviour Change (SBC) communication has developed rapidly in the last decades, towards engaging and mobilizing communities and populations to find solutions to their problems and to become the promoters and owners of programmatic results. Promising results from areas such as health, reduction of harmful practices, local development, gender equity and others have proved that engaging communities and factoring in social norms, can help programs go way beyond what was possible with traditional communication programs, predominantly based on providing information.
This series of 3 training sessions is based on the newly developed handbook on “Civil Registration, Vital Statistics, Identity Management: Communication for Development targeting CRVS practitioners in LMICs” developed by the United Nations Statistical Division (UNSD) with technical and financial support from the Centre of Excellence for CRVS Systems. The handbook provides guidance on the use of different tools to research, design, implement strategies and measure Social and Behavior Change/ Communication for Development.
This training series will introduce and prepare the participants on the use of the Social and Behavioral Change tools, develop an understanding and awareness of the objectives and value of behavioral change tools, and also open the discussion on opportunities and challenges, exploring the needs and interests for further training in the area.
11th February 2021 (13:00-15:00 Eastern Africa time)
17th February 2021 (13:00-15:00 Eastern Africa time)
10th March 2021 (13:00-15:00 Eastern Africa time)
The training will be in English with simultaneous translation in French. The presentation will be provided in English and French.
REGISTER HERE for one or more training sessions. To get the full training we encourage you to participate in all three sessions.