A Feeling of Homecoming at the SBCC Summit

Post by Naira Kalra, Doctoral Student, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public I was fortunate enough to receive a scholarship to present my work at the Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) summit in Addis Ababa in February 2016. The summit was

Thoughts on the SBCC Summit

Post by Adelaida Trujillo, Director, Citurna Producciones/Imaginario Back in Colombia after the fascinating experience in Ethiopia, I ask myself what was it that brought together 800+ participants from 50+ countries for the SBCC Summit? I think it is the common commitment and

Big Ideas from the SBCC Summit 2016

Post by Adnan R Amin, Managing Director & CEO, Unisocial Limited, Bangladesh t: @unisocialbd So the first and much-awaited International SBCC Summit is now over. Its latent demand was evident in its urgency, enthusiasm, attendance and critical conversations. The three-day event stood

Learn, Re-Learn, and Keep Learning…

by Rajendran Jeevanandham, Nalamdana, India My three-day experience at the International Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Summit gave a strong boost to my learning and re-learning from various specialists who work in the field of behavior change communication. The summit was indeed very

An Afterthought: Looking into the Potentials

by Yasmin Khan, Program Director, Bangladesh Center for Communication Programs (BCCP) There have been numerous occasions when I attended meetings to talk about Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) and found that the topic was put at the end of the schedule. While

Mind Blowing Experience at the SBCC International Conference

by Chancy Mauluka, SBCC Advisor, SSDI-Communication, CCP-Malawi I have been to a number of international conferences since 2008. The International SBCC Conference is one conference every SBCC practitioner needs. Every session was very relevant to my job and I wish I could

From Coast to Coast: Tried and Tested SBCC Principles

by Sylvia Mariettah Katende Compared to a well laid banquet table with an assortment of meals, the first ever Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Summit provided a varied menu of knowledge and practices from around the globe. The program areas ranged