Best practice is a method or technique to show standard activities and performance in any intervention program for improvement of HPN SBCC that can be used as a benchmark. Best Practice, by nature, is fluid and context-specific. The standard of a Best Practice may change over time, and may vary according to audience, region, communication channel, health topic, available technology or other factors.
Best Practice documentation is unique because it focuses on examining and documenting helpful changes made during the process of a program (management systems, design, delivery, recipient uptake, monitoring process etc.) and not just on the results of the program.
Considering the importance of best practices and its implications in future program and development activities, a subgroup has been formed to identify and share the best practices of HPN SBCC sector.
To share best practices in HPN SBCC sector, that may inspire organizations to maintain high standards in their programming, to innovate in their future planning, and to re-think their approach to monitoring and evaluation.
• Development of a standard Best Practices Submission form
• Identify and share best practices of HPN SBCC annually in Safollo Gatha event
• Share the global best practices in sub group as well as BCC working group
• Inspire for scale up and replicability of best practices