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8-11am DC / 12h-15h Accra / 13h-16h Abuja/Luanda / 14h-17h Lusaka/Maputo / 15h-18h Addis
Wed, 28-9-2022 - Thu, 29-9-2022


The RBM Partnership to End Malaria (RBM) Social and Behaviour Change Working Group (SBC WG), consistent with its Terms of Reference, aims to examine the current state of the science and art in social and behaviour change communication. The SBC WG provides a forum to exchange malaria SBC best practices and experiences; advocate for political, social, and financial resources for SBC as a core component of malaria control; and promote the development of theory-informed, evidence-based SBC programming at the country level.

In place of the 9th Annual Meeting, the SBC WG held the 2022 Virtual Forum on September 28 and 29, 2022 to explore a wide range of malaria SBC content.

2022 Virtual Forum Highlights: 

  • The 2022 Virtual Forum included more than 25 presentations from 18 countries and was attended by nearly 450 participants from 50 countries, an increase of nearly 30% from the 2021 Virtual Forum.

  • Virtual Forum presentations focused on SBC for service delivery, vector control, and RTS,S vaccine introduction.

  • New in 2022, the Virtual Forum included five sets of lightning talks, which centred on malaria SBC at the community level, reaching the unreached, mass media for malaria SBC, working with community and faith leaders, and provider behaviour change and service communication.

  • Members reflected on the successes of the SBC WG over the past year and considered activities for the future.

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