- Scale up bast practices in SBCC
- Strengthen capacity in SBCC
- Generate and disseminate knowledge about SBCC
- Integrate SBCC within wider development agendas
C-Change incorporates knowledge about the social determinants and underlying causes of individual behaviors and takes into account research and lessons learned from implementing and evaluating activities; employs innovative and tested methods to meet the continuing challenges posed by evolving health issues that require an SBCC approach; and works to strengthen the capacity of local and regional organizations to plan, implement, and manage programs, thus ensuring sustained local knowledge and skills.
C-Change works with global, regional, and local partners in the major health areas, including family planning and reproductive health, HIV prevention, malaria prevention and control, and water, sanitation, and hygiene. C-Change also provides communication support to other sectors, including democracy and governance, civil society, and environment.
Materials developed by C-Change are funded by USAID under Cooperative Agreement No. GPO-A-00-07-0004-00. They can be freely downloaded and used, provided full credit is given.
For example, for the C-Modules, please credit as follows:
C-Change (Communication for Change). 2011. C-Modules: A Learning Package for Social and Behavior Change Communication. Washington, DC: FHI 360/C-Change.