Behaviour change communication (BCC) for community-based volunteers: Trainer’s manual

Behaviour change communication (BCC) can be a very effective way to combat public health problems by encouraging health behaviour changes. The information in this manual is intended to help prepare you to facilitate the BCC learning sessions so as to build the capacity of volunteers to work to change behaviour in their communities.

 

IFRC, 2009.

Online version of training manual
http://www.ifrc.org/PageFiles/53437/119200-vol4-BCC-trainers_LR.pdf

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