Behaviour Change Toolkit for International Development Practitioners

Toolkits
Sectors:
Nutrition, Health
Organization:
People in Need (PIN)
Author:
People in Need (PIN)
Region:
Global
Resource Publication Date:
May, 2017
Content Format:
External Website

This toolkit provides practitioners with the know-how required for designing effective behavior change strategies for improved nutrition and other development outcomes. Decades of research and the practical experience of development workers and social scientists have produced useful insights into what determines how people behave, and how a process can be successful in enabling people to adopt new behaviors for improved nutrition. To make using these lessons easier for practitioners, the toolkit summarizes the most relevant experiences in 29 pages of highly practical, colorful, and easy-to-read guidance. 

Download the toolkit from PIN website.