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USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

India SBC Rapid Assessment

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for NutritionCOVID-19Economic GrowthGenderMaternal Nutrition
USAID Advancing Nutrition conducted social and behavior change (SBC) formative research in the three intervention districts of Tinsukia, Goalpara, and Barpeta in Assam to inform the project’s SBC activities.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Niger SBC Strategy

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Adolescent NutritionAnemiaBehavior Change for NutritionComplementary FeedingMaternal NutritionMicronutrient Interventions
From fiscal year 2021, USAID Advancing Nutrition is undertaking an activity to reduce the prevalence of anemia caused by iron deficiency among women of reproductive age and adolescents and vitamin A deficiency (VAD) among children under five in the Resilience in the Sahel Enhanced (RISE) II zones of intervention.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Exemples de comportements pour améliorer l’agriculture sensible à la nutrition

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for Nutrition
Les systèmes alimentaires constituent l’épine dorsale des régimes alimentaires mondiaux. Ce document fournit une liste illustrative de comportements sensibles à la nutrition fondés sur des données probantes afin de susciter des idées et des discussions entre les concepteurs et les responsables de la mise en oeuvre des activités.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Changement social et comportemental (CSC) en matière de nutrition: Liste de contrôle de la stratégie

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for Nutrition
L’utilisation de processus de haute qualité pour le changement social et comportemental (CSC) est une approche transversale clé pour mettre en place des programmes et services de nutrition efficaces. Les planificateurs de programmes nutritionnels peuvent utiliser cette liste de contrôle pour préparer et définir les grandes lignes d’une nouvelle stratégie de CSC en cours d’élaboration.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Prioriser les comportements nutritionnels multisectoriels

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for Nutrition
La conception d’un CSC de haute qualité nécessite plusieurs étapes, à commencer par la hiérarchisation des comportements, une étape qui garantit une utilisation efficace des ressources et un impact durable. Cet outil vous guide dans le processus de hiérarchisation des comportements, qui nécessite une prise de décision subjective fondée sur des données.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Nourishing Connections: Job Aid and Tools

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Nutrition and Health SystemsSocial and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for Nutrition
This booklet provides detailed instructions for community health workers (CHWs) to counsel mothers on child feeding in a compassionate way. It helps them improve feeding practices for children 6 to 24 months through tailored discussions and problem solving.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Report for the Review of Food Fortification Marketing Strategies, and Promotional Messages, Materials and Interventions

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Knowledge Management Behavior Change for Nutrition
This is a review report that looks at current and former food fortification promotion messages, interventions, materials, and tools and reviews the industry marketing strategies, interventions, materials and tools for industrial fortified foods.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Less is More: Prioritizing Behaviors for Effective Multi-Sectoral Nutrition SBC

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for Nutrition
This session offers a donor’s perspective on prioritizing behaviors in multi-sectoral programs and how this works in practice. This session was presented at the 2022 International Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Summit in December 2022.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Learning from Experience: Findings from an SBC Review of USAID Development Food Security Activities

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for Nutrition
Shifts in how the USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance supports partners to strengthen SBC based on a review of social and behavior change methods and approaches used in 11 programs carried out by the Office of Food for Peace. This poster was presented at the 2022 International Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Summit in December 2022.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Learning to Respond to Social Norms to Improve Maternal and Child Nutrition

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for NutritionInfant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN)Maternal Nutrition
By understanding social norms and engaging those who influence them, practitioners can better monitor and measure shifts that influence dietary practices. This session was presented at the 22nd International Congress of Nutrition in December 2022.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Tools for Designing and Conducting Social and Behavior Change Evaluations

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for Nutrition
This short document provides practical tools for improving nutrition social and behavior change evaluations. It complements Measuring Social and Behavior Change in Nutrition Programs: A Guide for Evaluators and Evaluating Social and Behavior Change Components of Nutrition Activities: A Design Guide for USAID Staff.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

What is Social and Behavior Change (SBC)?

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for Nutrition
A Social and Behavior Change (SBC) approach is central to achieving many of USAID’s nutrition goals, but what is SBC and how can we tell if we’re doing it well?
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Engaging Youth in Food Systems for Improved Nutrition Outcomes: Concept Note

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Food Systems Adolescent NutritionBehavior Change for NutritionFood Systems
This concept note describes evidence and opportunities for programmatic approaches to engage young people in food systems activities for improved diet and nutrition outcomes.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Integrating Gender into Nutrition Programs: Program Guide

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Adolescent NutritionBehavior Change for NutritionComplementary FeedingFood SystemsInfant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN)Maternal Nutrition
This guide is for nutrition program planners and implementers who aim to integrate gender into global or country-based multi-sectoral nutrition activities.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Nutrition SBC Work Plan Checklist

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for Nutrition
A social and behavior change (SBC) work plan should reflect implementation and adaptation of the SBC approaches of a program to ensure the work stays focused on achieving the desired social and behavior change outcomes each year. Nutrition program planners and managers can use this checklist to consider SBC content to include in an annual work plan or assess a draft.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Nutrition SBC Strategy Checklist

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for Nutrition
A social and behavior change strategy provides a “road map” to achieve key social and behavioral outcomes. Nutrition program planners can use this checklist to prepare and outline a new SBC strategy under development.
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SBC Formative Research Decision Tree

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Social and Behavior Change and Gender Behavior Change for Nutrition
Nutrition programmers can use this tool to select one or more research methods when gathering information needed to design any nutrition social and behavior change program or activity. It guides users in following these three key steps to selecting research methods that answer their research questions.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Behavioral Barriers to Feeding Young Children During and After Illness

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Social and Behavior Change and GenderInfant and Young Child Feeding Recommendations Behavior Change for NutritionInfant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN)
Qualitative research, informed by behavioral science, helps to explain why young children do not receive enough food and breastmilk during and after illness to recover and grow well.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Behavioral Solutions for Child Feeding During and After Illness

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Social and Behavior Change and GenderInfant and Young Child Feeding Recommendations Behavior Change for NutritionInfant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN)
In close collaboration with caregivers, health providers, programmers, and policymakers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Breakthrough ACTION and USAID Advancing Nutrition used behavioral design to develop solutions that support families so they can continue feeding their young children during periods of illness and feed children more in the two weeks following illness.
Disability Resource Bank

Revised 2020 Standards of Practice and Standards of Professional Performance for Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (Competent, Proficient, and Expert) in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

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Behavior Change for Nutrition
Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) can use these standards for self-evaluation to assure competent practice and to determine education and training needs for advancement to a higher practice level.