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Triggering for Positive Behaviour Change in Nutrition

This technical brief provides an overview of community SBCC and triggering on positive nutrition and hygiene behaviours. It summarises some key insights and findings from Sustainable Nutrition for All (SN4A) in Zambia and Uganda, a project which aims to improve dietary diversity for all household members, with a particular focus on women of reproductive age (WRA) and infants under 2 years. This brief is intended to assist policymakers, practitioners, and researchers in understanding the approaches and tools used and guide investments in demand triggering and SBCC.

SNV, August 2017.