How do Social Protection Programs Address Nutrition Behavior Change? A look at Interventions and delivery channels in World Bank programming.

Nutrition, Social Protection
Africa, Latin America & Caribbean
Resource Publication Date:
February, 2016
Content Format:
Text, Video

On 23 February, 2016, SecureNutrition convened a panel of five World Bank social protection projects to discuss how they are incorporating social behavior change communication for nutrition into their activities. Representatives from Mexico, Mali, Niger, Tanzania, and Djibouti all spoke, then participated in an open discussion and Q&A period. 

Watch the recording on YouTube​

Country Presentations:
Djibouti (PDF, 2.3 MB)
Mali (PDF, 1.4 MB)
Ni​ger (PDF, 2.1 MB)
Tanzan​ia (PDF, 1 MB)

We thank the 130+ participants who joined in person or online, and will be updating this page as resources and country presentations become available. Warm thanks also to Manisha Tharaney, Senior Technical Advisor for Nutrition at the Alive and Thrive project, for sharing current experience on nutrition SBCC approaches.