Social and behavior change (SBC) is necessary to improve all components of feeding young children: adequate food, adequate services, and adequate feeding practices. This workbook highlights challenges and examples specific to quality SBC for improving complementary feeding. The basic concepts of quality SBC design; implementation; and monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) presented in this workbook can be used for improving other nutrition behaviors. For any behavior, be sure to tailor the steps to the local context and engage appropriate stakeholders along the way.
Download the full guidance and workbook below, or use this webpage to explore key concepts of behavior-centered programming to improve nutrition outcomes and learn more about the six modules in the workbook.