Breakthrough RESEARCH Legacy & Learning Event Series—Provider Behavior Change: An SBC Approach to Quality of Care in Family Planning


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Join Breakthrough RESEARCH for its first interactive legacy and learning event on 31 January at 9 am EST!

 

Breakthrough RESEARCH, USAID’s flagship social and behavior change (SBC) research and evaluation project to drive the generation, packaging, and use of innovative SBC research to inform programming, invites you to the first of four interactive legacy and learning events. To kick off the series, the first event on provider behavior change (PBC) highlights evidence, insights, and learnings over the life of the project to advance PBC programming and fill critical PBC evidence gaps. PBC, an SBC approach to improving quality of care in family planning, addresses behavioral antecedents and has the potential to result in multiple impacts at individual, community, and system levels.

During this webinar we will:

  • Explore key PBC insights from Breakthrough RESEARCH.
  • Learn about some of the state-of-the-art PBC evidence Breakthrough RESEARCH has generated.
  • Discover tools you can use to strengthen PBC programming and measurement.
  • Find calls to action to continue to advance evidence-based PBC programming.

 

 


And don't miss our other legacy and learning events over the next few months. Register now to get them on your calendars!
 

 

Advancing SBC Measurement in Family Planning

28 February 2023
9-10:30 am EST│3-4:30 PM WAT│5-6:30 PM EAT│7:30-9:00 PM IST

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SBC and the Enabling Environment for Family Planning

21 March 2023
9-10:30 am EST│3-4:30 PM WAT│5-6:30 PM EAT│7:30-9:00 PM IST

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Costing for Family Planning SBC

18 April 2023
9-10:30 am EST│3-4:30 PM WAT│5-6:30 PM EAT│7:30-9:00 PM IST

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Breakthrough RESEARCH is the United States Agency for International Development's flagship project for SBC research and evaluation. We support countries to improve health and development by equipping governments, implementing partners, service delivery organizations, and donors with the data and evidence they need to integrate proven and cost-effective social and behavior change approaches into their programs. Breakthrough RESEARCH is a consortium led by Population Council in partnership with Avenir Health, ideas42, Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University, Population Reference Bureau, and Tulane University.

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Breakthrough RESEARCH is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under the terms of cooperative agreement no. AID-OAA-A-17-00018. The contents of this document are the sole responsibility of Breakthrough RESEARCH and Population Council and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.

Our project turns evidence into action by providing thought provoking guidance to improve social and behavior change (SBC) policy and programming, with the goal of improving the cost-effectiveness of USAID’s health and development strategies. Breakthrough RESEARCH catalyzes SBC by conducting state-of-the-art research and evaluation and promoting evidence-based solutions to improve health and development programs around the world. Breakthrough RESEARCH is a consortium led by the Population Council in partnership with Avenir Health, ideas42, Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University, Population Reference Bureau, and Tulane University. breakthroughactionandresearch.org


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