This facilitation guide is designed as a training supplement for the PDQ manual. The guide will enable the facilitator to conduct a PDQ training that will enhance the participants’ understanding of when and how PDQ can be used to strengthen quality and access, and equip them with the skills necessary to adapt and implement PDQ in their programs.
This guide, developed by World Relief, explores the evidence base for the Care Group model, offers criteria to assist project managers in determining the feasibility of using this approach within their own programs and provides a step-by-step guide for starting and sustaining care groups.
Barrier Analysis is a rapid assessment tool used in community health and other community development projects to identify behavioral determinants associated with a particular behavior. These behavioral determinants are identified so that more effective behavior change communication messages, strategies and supporting activities (e.g., creating support groups) can be developed.
This field-tested, six-day training package will enable private voluntary organizations (PVOs) and partners to replicate the BEHAVE workshops conducted with CORE Group members in multiple countries and regions around the globe. The manual consolidates handouts and facilitator materials with easy-to-use training guidelines.
CORE Social and Behavior Change (SBC) Working Group and the Technical Advisory Group (TAG)
This training module, developed by CORE Group, is designed to help NGOs and civil society organizations learn how to conduct audience research to develop social and behavior change (SBC) activities. This module focuses on SBC that can be used to add family planning to existing maternal and child health programming, with a focus on community level work.
Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) for Frontline Health Care Workers is a learning package for use in face-to-face workshops with nurses, community health extension workers, and HIV counselors on SBCC and interpersonal communication (IPC).
This Essential Malaria Action Guide for Kenyan Families, developed by Kenya's Division of Malaria Control with SBCC technical guidance from C-Change, outlines seven essential malaria actions (EMAs) that fall into four categories: use of long-lasting insecticide-treated nets (LLINs), malaria case management, indoor residual spraying, and malaria prevention during pregnancy.
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