Gender Lens in Social & Behaviour Change Guidelines

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UNICEF Ethiopia/2017/Tadesse

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Social and Behavior Change (SBC) has been used for several decades to improve the situation of children and families by promoting health, nutrition, WASH, education, child protection and numerous other human rights issues. Applying a gender lens helps SBC strategies to be more effective. Gender informed SBC strategies implemented through a mix of approaches and channels aimed at different participants and stakeholders can inform, influence, motivate, engage and empower.

Gender Lens in Social & Behaviour Change Guidelines

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