This assignment is part of a three years project funded by the Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs and implemented by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC). ResultsinHealth provides technical assistance on Social and Behavioral Change Communication (SBCC) expertise in conducting formative research, programme design (including audience definition and stakeholder selection), communication tool design and monitoring and evaluation.
The technical assistance includes supporting the incorporation of SBCC components in the project; ensuring the project strategies and capacity building activities are informed by state of the art social and behaviour change theories and knowledge; and providing inputs on methodology for formative research. In addition, the RiH team develops profiles of targeted audience, including identifying potential influencers, based on the result of research; support the key Afghan diaspora groups in Europe to design SBCC projects through the provision of training, coaching and ongoing mentoring; and assist in identifying and mobilizing strategic partners and influencers as well as support the development of the monitoring plan. The team provides advices and inputs to project evaluations to ensure they are informed by proven SBBC theories and approaches and robust learning agendas and providing any follow-up support as requested.