Breakthrough RESEARCH conducted mixed methods research to inform the delivery of social and behavior change (SBC) programming, including integrated interventions to promote malaria prevention and treatment behaviors, antenatal care attendance, delivery with a skilled attendant, early and exclusive breastfeeding, child immunization, timely care-seeking for common childhood illnesses and postpartum contraceptive use. Breakthrough RESEARCH assessed the successes and challenges of integrated SBC programming including its effectiveness and cost-effectiveness.

Technical reports: 

Webinar: Evaluation of Integrated SBC in Nigeria Behavioral Sentinel Surveillance Survey: MNCH+N baseline results


Browse the 3. Nigeria Collections:

a) Adolescents

b) Breastfeeding

c) Cost-effectiveness Analysis

d) Family Planning

e) Malaria

f) Nutrition

g) Pneumonia

h) Pregnancy and Childbirth

i) Routine Childhood Immunization

j) Sick Child Care-seeking

k) Couples Communication