Bangladesh eToolkit for SBCC Program Managers and Planners

Welcome to the Bangladesh eToolkit for SBCC Program Managers and Planners

It is not always easy for SBCC Program Managers and Planners to take the time to collect resources and update their knowledge on the latest technical information related to their work. This Toolkit will serve as a ready reference to facilitate their day-to-day SBCC activities, including providing necessary technical guidance to central and field-level staff.

This Toolkit is for policy makers, program managers, service providers, advocates, and others. It provides links to guidelines, research, curricula, communication materials, job aids, case studies, and other tools to plan, manage, deliver, evaluate, and support Health, Population and Nutrition services.

The Bangladesh BCC Working Group, with technical support from BKMI, developed this toolkit, and vetted the resources for inclusion. 

The Bangladesh BCC Working Group is a forum for discussing and sharing best practices for Health, Population and Nutrition SBCC. This working group encourages coordination, networking, and capacity development, and facilitates cross-promotion of messages.

BKMI (a USAID funded project ended in October 2016 ) supported the Government of Bangladesh, USAID implementing partners, and other stakeholders to create effective SBCC to improve the health and well-being of the people of Bangladesh. BKMI strives to ensure strong, coordinated, consistent, effective, and evidence-based SBCC campaigns, activities, messages and capacity strengthening materials.

Currently, USAID Ujjiban SBCC project is providing technical support in updating and managing the eToolkit on a regular basis.

To contribute additional information, suggest new resources, or connect with colleagues around the world, please make use of the feedback form. To find a particular publication, please use the site map or type the title in the search box on the right side of the page. For more details about this Toolkit, please visit the About link.

Toolkit last updated: December 20, 2018