Communication 4 Development




Campaign against FGM/C

"Facts for Life" Campaign



By 2012, at least 30 per cent of households and communities covered by the Communication for Development (C4D)strategies change their attitudes and/or adopt positive individual and collective behaviour in at least three Key Family Practices (KFP)

  • At least 100 government and civil society stakeholders are able to design, develop and evaluate CFD strategies to support national policies and programmes (upstream);
  • At least 500 leaders from partner traditional and modern communication networks apply participatory CFD approaches to promote Key Family Practices (KFP) for children, women and families (midstream);
  • At least 750,000 households have access to information, and 150,000 households acquire skills in KFP and include them in community dialogue (downstream).



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