What is Social and Behavior Change Communication?

How do you affect behavior change a the individual, community and country-level? This animated video defines Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) and outlines how to begin to devise an SBCC program. SBCC has been applied to behavior change in the areas of HIV, malaria, family planning, Ebola and child survival.

October 8, 2015
Year of publication
2015
Resource types
Video and audio clips
Tags
SBCC, video, behavior change, HIV, malaria, family planning, Ebola

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