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The Global Health Knowledge Collaborative (GHKC) Knowledge Management (KM) Indicator Library offers a set of tools and comprehensive guidance to anyone designing KM activities and measuring KM approaches, in particular those who working in the field of global health and development.
The Pocket Guide provides a basic overview of the Knowledge Management Road Map and serves as a quick reference on key steps for applying the Road Map to global health programs.
The Building Better Programs guide is part of the Knowledge for Health Project’s Knowledge Management Collection, a family of resources designed to help global health professionals understand, use, and train others on knowledge management (KM) approaches, tools, and techniques.
This collection of essential resources is designed to help program planners, designers, and implementers in a variety of sectors (such as environmental conservation, resilience, food security, and economic development) understand and explore elements of PHE programs so that they can incorporate this approach into their work.
This collection of resources is for family planning program planners, designers, and implementers who want to understand and measure social norms and social norms shifting interventions and incorporate them into their work.
Nous simplifions la promotion d’approches de CSC dans les programmes de planification familiale. Répondez à notre bref questionnaire, puis nous vous fournirons des conseils sur la façon de mener une conversation avec succès.
Advocating for social and behavior change approaches? Understand the factors that influence whether a stakeholder invests in or supports social and behavior change. Take our short quiz and receive guidance on how to lead a successful conversation.
This website, ipc.unicef.org, is part of a global package of tools and resources designed to support frontline health workers in their immunization work, with a focus on improving their capacity to effectively use IPC to address barriers to immunization uptake and completion. The primary audience for the interpersonal communication for immunization (IPC/I) package is frontline health workers who provide immunization services.
The COVID-19 Communication Network is a reliable site for social and behavior change (SBC) professionals, and other responders in need, to access and share high quality communication materials, tools and resources from global partners to address the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic.
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