Expanding our Horizons - Formative Research on Aspirations and Family Dynamics Related to Sanitation and Nutrition

This formative research study is an attempt to identify motivations, actions and windows of opportunity for the design of a communication strategy that will help reduce chronic malnutrition and improve the development of minor children in the Western Highlands in Guatemala.

Jamaica Message Guide for Zika Communication

The Message Guide for Zika Communication is a practical tool…

Malaria Evidence Review Infographics on ITN Behaviors, Case Management and Service Providers

This series of infographics accompanies a set of factsheets synthesizing…

Malaria SBCC Evidence Factsheets on ITN Behaviors, Case Management and Service Providers

This collection of factsheets synthesizes the key findings from…

Improving Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health through Digital Storytelling

On August 23, 2017, the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative…

The FP INFOcus Guide

HC3 has created the FP INFOcus Guide, a tool that encourages young sexual and reproductive health champions between the ages of 18 and 24 to come together to create and promote short videos that share contraceptive knowledge and model key skills using their mobile phones.

Quick Guide to Adapting the Strategic Communication Framework for Zika Prevention

The Quick Guide to Adapting the Strategic Communication Framework for Zika Prevention provides concise, step-by-step guidance on how to adapt the strategic communication framework to a particular context.

Integrated SBCC Programs Implementation Kit 

The Integrated SBCC Programs Implementation Kit (I-Kit) provides…

Social and Behavior Change Communication in Integrated Health Programs: A Scoping and Rapid Review

The aim of this review is to understand the nature and scope of social and behavior change communication in integrated health programs. This review includes informational interviews with individuals at organizations that are likely to have implemented integrated programs that have a SBCC component as well as a mapping of the existing peer-reviewed and grey literature about SBCC approaches in integrated programs.

National Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Survey on Ebola Virus Disease in Liberia

The knowledge, attitudes and practices survey (KAP II) was a cross‐sectional survey conducted as part of the HC3 Liberia project (2015-2017) in 10 counties in Liberia. The overall purpose of the KAP II survey was to assess changes related to Ebola virus disease (Ebola) since the conclusion of the KAP I survey in March 2015, including the ways in which the Ebola response influenced engagement in preventive behaviors and perceptions of health-care provision, and how they may have contributed to changes in health‐seeking behaviors related to non-Ebola disease.

Innovation Webinar 16: Human-Centered Design

This June 27, 2017 webinar introduced human-centered design (HCD), an approach to problem solving that prioritizes empathy, actively engaging end-users, providers and other stakeholders throughout the development process. This online event is the sixteenth in HC3’s innovation webinar series, designed to spotlight a broad range of health communication innovations while providing a meaningful mix of theory and practical examples.