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Posttest: SBC 101

Please complete the brief posttest, so we can see what you have learned in SBC 101: An Introduction. Click the Posttest link, below, to get started.

SBC 101: Wrap Up

The “SBC 101: An Introduction” course is divided into five segments. This fifth and final segment wraps up the course. If you did not save the SBC Flow Chart Checklist at the start of this course, visit the Materials tab (above) to access the handout that accompanies this course.

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Overview of SBC

The “SBC 101: An Introduction” course is divided into five segments. This first segment provides an overview of social and behavior change and its importance, especially in the field of family planning and reproductive health. Visit the Materials tab (above) to access the handout that accompanies this course.

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Phase 1: Define 

The “SBC 101: An Introduction” course is divided into five segments. This second segment provides an overview of the Breakthrough ACTION design process and Social and Behavior Change (SBC) Flow Chart. The video focuses on the following phase of the SBC Flow Chart: Define. After watching the video complete the Phase 1 Exercise. If you would like to save or print the exercise, it is available as a PDF in the Materials tab above.

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Phase 1: Define Exercise

Scenario

Adolescents (aged 15-19) in country X have a high rate of pregnancy – about 55% of girls become pregnant by the age of 19.

The Ministry of Health is concerned about the early age of childbearing and implications for the health and well-being of young girls entering motherhood, in addition to concerns about completion of education and employment.

Identify

  1. Where do we want to go?
  2. Where are we now? Behavioral/social problem
  3. Who is your audience segment of focus for intervention?
  4. What change do you want this segment to make?

Example: Masking on public transportation

1.Where do we want to go? Everyone on the bus is consistently and correctly masked to minimize the spread of COVID-19 in that environment

2.Where are we now? Behavioral/social problem: People on public buses in city X are not masking correctly and consistently and therefore facilitating the spread of COVID-19

3.Who is your audience segment of focus for intervention? Commuters/ passengers on the public bus who are not wearing a mask correctly or consistently

4.What change do you want this segment to make?  Wear a mask consistently and correctly when they are on the bus

Phase 2: Design & Test

The “SBC 101: An Introduction” course is divided into five segments. This third segment focuses on the following phase of the Breakthrough ACTION SBC Flow Chart: Design & Test. After watching the video complete the Phase 2 Exercise. If you would like to save or print the exercise, it is available as a PDF in the Materials tab above.

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Phase 2: Design & Test Exercise

Questions

  1. Who are the stakeholders (other than the audience) that should be involved in this process?
  2. What key benefits could you offer the audience?

Example

If the audience is adolescent girls 13-19

  • Behavior: If you practice behavior X (use a contraceptive method to avoid pregnancy), you can benefit by
  • Key benefit: Finishing education on time and securing a future where you can earn well

Phase 3: Apply

The “SBC 101: An Introduction” course is divided into five segments. This fourth segment focuses on the following phase of the Breakthrough ACTION SBC Flow Chart: Apply and key considerations to implementation and monitoring and evaluation. After watching the video complete the Phase 3 Exercise. If you would like to save or print the exercise, it is available as a PDF in the Materials tab above.

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Phase 3: Apply Exercise

What will your program monitor during implementation? How will you measure success?

For each column, think of one indicator that you could use to monitor implementation and measure the success of this program (four total indicators, one of each type) .

ProcessIntermediateOutcomeImpact
Help track the implementation of the programHelp track how the program has started to be effective; these contribute to the outcomeHelp track how successful the activities have been in achieving program goals related to specific behaviorsHelp track how successful the activities have been in achieving program goals related to the larger social/health issues