(NEW EVENT DATE) 2020 International Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Summit

October 19-23, 2020
Marrakech
When
Monday, October 19-23, 2020
8:00am to 8:00pm
10/19/2020 8:00am 10/23/2020 8:00pm (NEW EVENT DATE) 2020 International Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Summit The SBCC Summit has been rescheduled to October 19-23 due to COVID-19. Visit www.sbccsummit.org for more information. Team members from the SHOPS Plus projects in India, Nigeria, and Tanzania will be presenting at the 2020 International Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Summit.  The summit will be held in Marrakech, Morocco from March 30 to April 3. The International SBCC Summit was first held in 2016 and has since brought together the global community of SBCC organizations, practitioners and researchers.  The 2020 SBCC Summit will focus around three themes: Catalyzing transformational change on agendas of urgency Future Forward Connecting the Dots Visit www.sbccsummit.org for more details. Presentations  Contraception Took on Culture: Lessons from reproductive health conversations with Indian youth  Presented by Tanmay Guha Roy, Technical Specialist on the SHOPS Plus project in India Building agency of the youth to make responsible choices Presented by Tanmay Guha Roy, Technical Specialist on the SHOPS Plus project in India Poster Presentations Ready, Willing, and Able Family Planning Providers: How SHOPS Plus Stimulated Provider Behavior Change through Training Presented by Paulina Akanet, Quality Improvement Specialist on the SHOPS Plus project in Nigeria Reducing tuberculosis (TB) stigma to increase TB care seeking behavior: Using an SBC strategy to increase TB case detection in Nigeria Presented by Ayodele Iroko, Senior Private Sector Adviser on the SHOPS Plus project in Nigeria Using a digital application to increase TB screening behavior amongst private providers to improve TB case detection: A case study of the TB STARR application in Nigeria Presented by Ayodele Iroko, Senior Private Sector Adviser on the SHOPS Plus project in Nigeria Using research to increase stakeholder coordination in Tanzania’s HIV/AIDS response to reach formally and informally employed men Presented by Nicole Kapesi, Senior Program Officer on the SHOPS Plus project in Tanzania Engaging Men as Users of Condoms for Family Planning: Shifting to Gender Transformative Approaches Presented by MaryBeth Hastings, Iris Group Liaison Details on the presentations and presenters are subject to change. Boulevard Mohamed VI Marrakech 40000 Palais des Congres developers@bwm.com UTC public
Where
Palais des Congres
Boulevard Mohamed VI
Marrakech  40000
Morocco
About the event

The SBCC Summit has been rescheduled to October 19-23 due to COVID-19. Visit www.sbccsummit.org for more information.

Team members from the SHOPS Plus projects in India, Nigeria, and Tanzania will be presenting at the 2020 International Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Summit. 

The summit will be held in Marrakech, Morocco from March 30 to April 3. The International SBCC Summit was first held in 2016 and has since brought together the global community of SBCC organizations, practitioners and researchers. 

The 2020 SBCC Summit will focus around three themes:

  1. Catalyzing transformational change on agendas of urgency
  2. Future Forward
  3. Connecting the Dots

Visit www.sbccsummit.org for more details.


Presentations 

Contraception Took on Culture: Lessons from reproductive health conversations with Indian youth 

  • Presented by Tanmay Guha Roy, Technical Specialist on the SHOPS Plus project in India

Building agency of the youth to make responsible choices

  • Presented by Tanmay Guha Roy, Technical Specialist on the SHOPS Plus project in India
Poster Presentations

Ready, Willing, and Able Family Planning Providers: How SHOPS Plus Stimulated Provider Behavior Change through Training

  • Presented by Paulina Akanet, Quality Improvement Specialist on the SHOPS Plus project in Nigeria

Reducing tuberculosis (TB) stigma to increase TB care seeking behavior: Using an SBC strategy to increase TB case detection in Nigeria

  • Presented by Ayodele Iroko, Senior Private Sector Adviser on the SHOPS Plus project in Nigeria

Using a digital application to increase TB screening behavior amongst private providers to improve TB case detection: A case study of the TB STARR application in Nigeria

  • Presented by Ayodele Iroko, Senior Private Sector Adviser on the SHOPS Plus project in Nigeria

Using research to increase stakeholder coordination in Tanzania’s HIV/AIDS response to reach formally and informally employed men

  • Presented by Nicole Kapesi, Senior Program Officer on the SHOPS Plus project in Tanzania

Engaging Men as Users of Condoms for Family Planning: Shifting to Gender Transformative Approaches

Details on the presentations and presenters are subject to change.

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