Tools for Behavior Change Communication

Many health and development programs use behavior change communication (BCC) to improve people's health and wellbeing, including family planning and reproductive health, maternal and child health, and prevention of infectious diseases. BCC is a process that motivates people to adopt and sustain healthy behaviors and lifestyles. Sustaining healthy behavior usually requires a continuing investment in BCC as part of an overall health program. The tools in this issue of INFO Reports are meant to help with planning and developing a BCC component in family planning programs. The same tools can be used, however, for any health or development-related BCC program.

Year: 
2008
Organization: 
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health,Center for Communication Programs,The INFO Project
Languages: 
English