The Breakthrough RESEARCH Business Case modeled social and behavior change (SBC) cost-effectiveness in Togo utilizing two investment scenarios to assess the impact of SBC programming on modern contraceptive use: The national plan scenario was based on planned investments documented in Togo’s "Plan d’Action National Budgetise de Plantification Familiale 2017-2022," which indicated a cumulative five-year investment of approximately $3.6 million dollars in SBC for FP, and a double investment scenario examined the effects of doubling the Togo national plan total to $7.4 million with increased investments for community awareness activities and SBC packages for youth that included group interpersonal communication (IPC).
Breakthrough RESEARCH. 2020. "Investir dans le changement social et comportemental est rentable pour accroître l'utilisation de la contraception moderne au Togo," Breakthrough RESEARCH Sommaire de Recherche. Washington, DC: Population Council.