C-Change and Ohio U. Launch Online C-Modules Course
October 26, 2011 - C-Change, in partnership with Ohio University, launched the facilitated, online C-Modules course on social and behavior change communication (SBCC) on October 17. Participating in the course are 20 practitioners from 11 countries at ministries of heath, international and national NGOs, foundations, universities, USAID and the private sector in Africa--Botswana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, South Africa, Swaziland, Uganda, and Zambia--as well as from Guatemala, Jamaica and The Bahamas.
Faculty at Ohio University are facilitating the six modules of the course, which begins with an introduction to the elements and principles SBCC and the five steps of the C-Change planning process. The goal is to develop and strengthen the competencies in the planning, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation of SBCC activities.
Professionals from around the world have also signed up for the self-paced C-Modules course, which allows users to complete coursework at their own rate. It is also lead by Ohio University and available at no cost. To enroll in this course, click the link: http://www.ouwb.ohiou.edu/c-change/default.asp. Click C-Modules and SBCC tools for additional information about C-Change's work on strengthening capacity of organizations and individuals to carry out SBCC.