Karam 2 Auxiliary Event
Dec 04, 2022 05:30 PM - 06:30 PM(Africa/Casablanca)
20221204T1730 20221204T1830 Africa/Casablanca Walking the Talk: Taking Community Engagement to Scale

This interactive session will engage participants in reflection on community engagement and how to take it to scale. In particular, the session will reflect on how Save the Children's Community Action Cycle and other community engagement approaches can help put the interagency Minimum Standards for Community Engagement into action while engaging communities -- elevating initiatives to go beyond community dialogue to also engage systems level change Community engagement and community health experts will frame an interactive knowledge café where participants will engage with practitioners implementing community engagement activities across variety of health issues and country context, and engage in dialogues on issues of taking implementation to scale and measuring success. 

Moderator: Telesphore Kabore, Lead Advisor, Community Health, Save the Children

Open Remarks: Antje Becker-Benton, Managing Director, Behavior Change and Community Health, Save the Children

Intro to Community Engagement Standards: Rania Elessawi, SBC Specialist, UNICEF NYHQ

Discussion Facilitator: Gail Snetro, Lead Advisor, Community Social Change, Save the Children

World Café Presenters: 

Carla Sanchez and Ariana Serino, Save the Children: Community Engagement experience ein the context of emergencies(RCCE) Lindsey Leslie, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs: Revitalizing community health structures using an accelerated community action cycle process enriched with human centered design thinking Aboubacar Sawadgo, Save the Children, and Denise ADOU Brou, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs: Community Engagement and Social Accountability, the WABA experience for generating demand for RH/FP ServicesJeanne Pare and Gilles Waongo, Save the ...

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

This interactive session will engage participants in reflection on community engagement and how to take it to scale. In particular, the session will reflect on how Save the Children's Community Action Cycle and other community engagement approaches can help put the interagency Minimum Standards for Community Engagement into action while engaging communities -- elevating initiatives to go beyond community dialogue to also engage systems level change Community engagement and community health experts will frame an interactive knowledge café where participants will engage with practitioners implementing community engagement activities across variety of health issues and country context, and engage in dialogues on issues of taking implementation to scale and measuring success. 

Moderator: Telesphore Kabore, Lead Advisor, Community Health, Save the Children

Open Remarks: Antje Becker-Benton, Managing Director, Behavior Change and Community Health, Save the Children

Intro to Community Engagement Standards: Rania Elessawi, SBC Specialist, UNICEF NYHQ

Discussion Facilitator: Gail Snetro, Lead Advisor, Community Social Change, Save the Children

World Café Presenters: 

  • Carla Sanchez and Ariana Serino, Save the Children: Community Engagement experience ein the context of emergencies(RCCE) 
  • Lindsey Leslie, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs: Revitalizing community health structures using an accelerated community action cycle process enriched with human centered design thinking 
  • Aboubacar Sawadgo, Save the Children, and Denise ADOU Brou, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs: Community Engagement and Social Accountability, the WABA experience for generating demand for RH/FP Services
  • Jeanne Pare and Gilles Waongo, Save the Children: Community Engagement for Integrated Health Programming for RISE II in Burkina Faso
  • Dini Aboubacar, PMI Niger and Souley Ibrahim, Save the Children: Community collective Action to increase Malaria and other health services in Niger
  • Amina Bala, Save the Children: Engaging Communities at scale: a model for institutionalizing community collective action for integrated health (Nigeria) 
  • Boubacar Traore, Save the Children: Engaging communities for increased access to quality education in the context of sponsorship in southern Mali 
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