Karam 2 Auxiliary Event
Dec 08, 2022 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM(Africa/Casablanca)
20221208T1830 20221208T2030 Africa/Casablanca Let’s Dine and Dish: Developing a Blueprint towards more Sustainable SBC Systems

FHI 360 with its partners, the African Society for Social and Behavior Change, the BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health, the Nigeria Health Promotion Division, and the Wits School of Public Health are gathering insights globally to re-imagine what sustainable – or effective and efficient – systems look like in the context of SBC. Informed by global consultations and crowdsourced input, we hope to work with global and country-level SBC practitioners, government bodies, academic partners, the private sector, and other relevant actors to develop a Blueprint for Sustainable Social and Behavior Change Systems. 

At this event, FHI 360 and its partners will share with participants what we have heard from our listening sessions and will engage with participants through lively discussions and a series of fun activities. We will tackle topics such as what is working and not working in SBC capacity and institution strengthening, and in defining a vision for more sustainable and impactful approaches to SBC systems strengthening. In addition to good food and conversation among peers, participants will have the opportunity to go table to table, moving along an event blueprint and contributing to different discussion topics, with an opportunity to take home a small thank you gift.

Karam 2 International Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit info@sbccsummit.org

FHI 360 with its partners, the African Society for Social and Behavior Change, the BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health, the Nigeria Health Promotion Division, and the Wits School of Public Health are gathering insights globally to re-imagine what sustainable – or effective and efficient – systems look like in the context of SBC. Informed by global consultations and crowdsourced input, we hope to work with global and country-level SBC practitioners, government bodies, academic partners, the private sector, and other relevant actors to develop a Blueprint for Sustainable Social and Behavior Change Systems. 

At this event, FHI 360 and its partners will share with participants what we have heard from our listening sessions and will engage with participants through lively discussions and a series of fun activities. We will tackle topics such as what is working and not working in SBC capacity and institution strengthening, and in defining a vision for more sustainable and impactful approaches to SBC systems strengthening. In addition to good food and conversation among peers, participants will have the opportunity to go table to table, moving along an event blueprint and contributing to different discussion topics, with an opportunity to take home a small thank you gift.

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Ms. Lucille Dagpin-Galicha
RTI International
John Snow, Inc (JSI)
 Ester Veldhuis
International consultant in the areas of Social Impact Entertainment; Responsible and creative media and communication for development; SBCC; Edutainment
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