https://healthcommcapacity.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/fbosbccwebinar.png 675 900 Marla Shaivitz | Digital Communications Manager, HC3 https://healthcommcapacity.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/HC3logo285px.jpg Marla Shaivitz | Digital Communications Manager, HC32015-01-16 11:49:182016-08-16 10:41:50The Role of Faith-Based Communities in Social and Behavior Change Communication Programs for Child Survival
The Role of Faith-Based Communities in Social and Behavior Change Communication Programs for Child Survival
This webinar, presented on January 15, 2015, provided insight into how to incorporate faith leaders, religious texts and other faith-based activities into social and behavior change communication (SBCC) programming to encourage healthier behaviors and systemic changes that lead to improved child survival outcomes.
A new Social and Behavior Communication Change (SBCC) Implementation Kit (I-Kit) to Support Faith-Based Organization Breastfeeding Interventions was noted. Speakers provided theoretical as well as practical advice on implementing faith-based initiatives, while showcasing best practices and lessons learned.
- Kathryn Bertram, Program Officer II, Health Communication Capacity Collaborative/ Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
- Pamela Wyville-Staples, Senior Advisor, Center for Faith Based and Community Initiatives, USAID
- Deepika Singh, Director of Programs, Religions for Peace International
- Nanle Peter Walman, Director of Programs, Christian Health Association of Nigeria (CHAN)
- Amrita Gill-Bailey, Senior Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Advisor, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
A recording of the webinar can be found here.
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