SBC strategy documents
- Project Level, Multi-partner SBC Strategy for Nutrition-sensitive Agriculture (Sierra Leone) (MS Word, 1.2 MB)
This internal strategy is an example of an SBC strategy for a multi-sectoral consortium of partners working in nutrition and in agriculture.
- Project level, single implementer SBCC Strategy for Multi-sectoral Nutrition (SPRING/Bangladesh) (MS Word, 908 KB)
This internal Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Strategy from SPRING’s program in Bangladesh integrates promotion of priority nutrition-specific and nutrition-sensitive agriculture practices within the context of an effective, context-appropriate technical approach, SPRING’s Farmer Nutrition Schools.
- Project Level, Single Implementer Nutrition SBC Strategy Separated into Rural and Urban Audiences ( SPRING/Kyrgyz Republic) (MS Word, 365 KB)
This internal SBC Strategy guided SPRING activities in Kyrgyz Republic that promoted priority nutrition practices at household level via multi-channel communications and community mobilization. It contains an overarching strategy as well as a sub-strategy developed to reach urban audiences more effectively.
- National Level Government Nutrition SBC Strategy for Multiple Partners: Uganda National Advocacy and Communication (NA&C) Strategy (PDF, 5.1 MB)
SPRING and other partners supported the development of this Government of Uganda multi-sectoral nutrition SBCC strategy. This is a national-level government strategy to coordinate multiple implementing partners to support nutrition activities and household practices prioritized in the Uganda Nutrition Action Plan.
Design workshop agendas
- Project Level Nutrition-sensitive Agriculture SBC Strategy Design Workshop (Bangladesh) (MS Word, 787 KB)
This is an agenda guides preliminary nutrition-sensitive SBC agriculture training designed to help identify existing and potential agriculture practices that are nutrition-sensitive.
- Government Led, Multi-partner, National Strategy Design and Validation Workshops (Uganda) (MS Word 66 KB)
Agendas for two meetings SPRING co-facilitated in Uganda in 2014 to bring multiple in-country partners together under the auspices of the Office of the Prime Minister to finalize and validate a National Advocacy and Communication Strategy to support the roll out of the Uganda Nutrition Action Plan.
- Project Level, Multi-partner, Multi-sectoral SBC Campaign Planning Workshop (Rwanda) (MS Word, 50 KB)
This agenda is for multiple projects working together to plan a joint, short-term SBCC campaign. SPRING developed the planning workshop for Feed the Future implementing partners in Rwanda working under a coordinating mechanism called CHAIN.