https://healthcommcapacity.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/HC3logo285px.jpg 0 0 Marla Shaivitz | Digital Communications Manager, HC3 https://healthcommcapacity.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/HC3logo285px.jpg Marla Shaivitz | Digital Communications Manager, HC32017-03-27 14:59:072017-03-31 13:25:10Strengthening SBCC Capacity at the National Level to Improve Health Outcomes for All
Strengthening SBCC Capacity at the National Level to Improve Health Outcomes for All
On March 23, the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) convened experts and practitioners for the second in a three-part series on catalyzing social and behavior change communication (SBC).
- Dr. Elizabeth Fox, PhD, Deputy Coordinator, Child and Maternal Survival | Director, Office of Infectious Diseases, USAID
- Kirsten Böse, HC3 Project Director
- Bill Glass, Director, Strategic Communication Programs, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)
- Bangladesh: Rebecca Arnold, former Project Director, BKMI
- Ethiopia: Simon Heliso, Former Chief of Party, HC3 Ethiopia
- Nigeria: Ian Tweedie, HC3 Nigeria Team Lead
- Nepal: Sanjanthi Velu, HC3 Nepal Team Lead
- Tilly Gurman, HC3 Research Director
- Angie Brasington, Senior Advisor, Social and Behavior Change, Population and Reproductive Health, USAID
The recording is now available. Read more about the SBCC Capacity Ecosystem and each of the case studies discussed:
- Distributed Social and Behavior Change Communication Capacity Enables Nepal’s Young Married Couples to Make Smart Family Planning Choices
- HC3 Uses Technology in Bangladesh to Build Field Worker Confidence and Social and Behavior Change Communication Skills
- HC3 Facilitates Transition of the National AIDS Resource Center to the Federal Ministry of Health in Ethiopia
- HC3 Strengthens the Social and Behavior Change Communication Capacity of the Nigerian National Malaria Elimination Programme
Please join Springboard for Health Communication Professionals to continue the discussion. Panelists are available to answer questions and provide additional information on HC3’s SBCC capacity strengthening approaches that engage both the public sector and local SBCC practitioners to improve overall health outcomes.
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