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Malaria SBCC Evidence Database

Malaria SBCC Evidence Database

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Ongoing since September 2017

"For decades, social and behavior change communication (SBCC) has been used in malaria programs to positively influence behaviors around case management, malaria in pregnancy, insecticide-treated nets and indoor residual spraying. However, the evidence base for the impact of SBCC on malaria-related behavioral outcomes is still growing, especially with the recent introduction and scale-up of several malaria interventions and commodities."

This resource from the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) represents the results of a critical review of SBCC literature "involving abstract and full-article reviews of approximately 3,600 peer-reviewed articles and 1,700 grey literature documents." The two indicators on which the material was scored are: "the strength of the evidence presented in the article and the extent to which the SBCC activity used best practices during the design and implementation of the program."

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