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Designing for Behavior Change / Barrier Analysis Questions and Discussion

Designing for Behavior Change / Barrier Analysis Questions and Discussion

Posted by tdavis on 10 Feb 2012

More than 100 food security implementers have now been training with the new FSN Network approved Multisectoral Designing for Behavior Change Training Manual.  As implementers are beginning to use this new tool, questions will arise regarding how to use the different parts of the process.  Please use this discussion forum to post your questions and responses regarding the DBC process as well as use of Barrier Analysis (which is part of DBC).  

Please use this discussion forum to post your questions and responses regarding the DBC process as well as use of Barrier Analysis (which is part of DBC).  

 

Behavior Bank Resource

Posted by tdavis on 21 Mar 2012

Now that about 100+ people have been trained in the multisectoral version of Designing for Behavior Change, I am considering creating a site where we can post the RESULTS of the Barrier Analysis and Doer/Non-Doer Studies done by PVOs.  We could post a table where practitioners can see which determinants are associated with which behaviors in each country.  Over time, I think this could be a valuable resource to use alongside of DHS survey and KPC data ... so the DHS/KPC data gives you information on which behaviors are problematic (in terms of their coverage rates) and then this "Behavior Bank" site could be useful in knowing the determinants found for some of those problematic behaviors.  This will take some time and effort ... DO YOU think this would be a useful resource?  If we build it, will you come? :)  Please post your comments so we can decide if this is worth the effort.   Thanks!  Tom Davis

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