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Wednesday, February 10 • 09:30 - 11:00
Exploring the Future of SBCC Interventions

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Small doable actions (SDAs) - or behaviors practical for a behavior change intervention’s target population to adopt and consistently perform in resource-constrained settings - have been a critical tool for more than 20 years. The panelists will discuss SBCC interventions reliant on SDAs, including in WASH, family planning and malaria, as well as their methodological approaches to these sectors and lessons learned, with a focus on how the SDA approach can be applied to future SBCC interventions.


Moderators
avatar for Antje Becker-Benton

Antje Becker-Benton

Senior Technical Advisor, Director Transform, FHI360
Hi all, I am an international development communication specialist with 19 years of experience in the design and implementation of social and behavior change communication (SBCC) programs focused on health. I have developed interventions with mothers, young people, couples, sex... Read More →

Speakers
AJ

Ann Jimerson

Alive & Thrive, Senior Specialist in Behavior Change, FHI 360, Alive & Thrive
Alive & Thrive has data showing rapid, large-scale behavior change. The exclusive breastfeeding rate tripled in Viet Nam and reached more than 80% in Bangladesh and Ethiopia. The precentage of young children eating a diverse diet increased by 30 percentage points in Bangladesh in... Read More →
avatar for Thaddeus Pennas

Thaddeus Pennas

Technical Advisor, FHI360
Hi all, I'm a 20 year champion of communication to change behavior. I'm keenly interested in seeing how SBCC will evolve to be more impactful now that we have the evidence and knowledge of what works and what doesn't.
avatar for Julia Rosenbaum

Julia Rosenbaum

Deputy Director/ Sr. BC Advisor, FHI360/ USAID WASHplus Project
Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH Integration into HIV, into Nutrition)Menstrual Hygiene (for improved school outcomes for girls, in HIV context)Combining Creativity & Rigor- for BC research and planningBC Beyond Communication: Improving Products and Services to Improve Behaviors... Read More →



Wednesday February 10, 2016 09:30 - 11:00
Conference Room 2 United Nations Conference Centre

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