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The USAID/Growth through Nutrition SBCC Resource Bank is a collection of nearly 60 print, video, audio and multi-media materials. These materials support Thematic Area: IR2. Promoting Optimal Nutrition, WASH, and Agriculture Behaviors. The materials are designed to improve nutrition-sensitive and nutrition-specific behaviors in rural smallholder farming communities and households in the Amhara, Oromia, SNNP and Tigray regions of Ethiopia.  The materials also include training packages and qualitative research reports that support improved nutrition SBCC programs.

The SBCC Resource Bank provides program managers and program implementers quick access to evidence-based SBCC materials that can help their programs improve nutrition outcomes for pregnant women, breastfeeding women, adolescent girls, infants and young children.

All of the resources in this SBCC Resource Bank are available for free and can be downloaded and used in your program. The sale of the images, content or materials in the SBCC Resource Bank is prohibited.

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Menu Planning Game for Improved Dietary Diversity and Increased Frequency of Eating/Feeding-Tigringa

Description:

The revised version includes a 1 square meter vinyl mat with printed images of 3 large bowls (for meals) and 2 small bowls (for snacks); a set of laminated food cards that include a variety of animal source foods, nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables, staple foods, breastmilk, and also non-nutritious/junk foods (e.g. candy and sweets, biscuits, carbinated beverages); and written instructions for the facilitator.

Resource Type: Skills-building game
Behaviors: Plan menu for improved dietary diversity every day; eat at least one 3-STAR food every day; add at least one 2-STAR food and at least one 1-STAR food to every meal.
Topics/Keywords: Adolescent Nutrition, Dietary Diversity, Infant and young child feeding (IYCF), Maternal Nutrition
Beneficiary Audience: Lactating women, Pregnant women, Families with adolescent girls, Families with children 6-24 months old
Language: Tigiringa
Type of Frontline Worker who will use this material: Community Change Agent (CCA), Frontline Worker Supervisors, Health Extension Worker
ECC Session: Session 3, Session 8, Session 9

First 1000 Days ECC Flipchart-Tigringa

Description:

Revised flipchart for Savings group facilitators who facilitate 1-10 Enhanced Community Conversations

Resource Type: Flipchart
Behaviors: The full range of maternal and child nutrition, and WASH, practices during the first 1000 days.
Topics/Keywords: First 1000 Days
Beneficiary Audience: Fathers of children under 2, Grandmothers of children under 2, Mothers of children under 2
Language: Tigiringa
Type of Frontline Worker who will use this material: Saving group facilitators, Saving group facilitator supervisors
ECC Session: All

1000 days Chest Badges-Amharic

Description:

A promotional material designed for building goodwill with project partners. This is the badge to be worn by woreda and kebele officials.

Resource Type: Chest Badge
Topics/Keywords: Not Available
Beneficiary Audience: Kebele Officials, Woreda Officials
Language: Amharic
Type of Frontline Worker who will use this material: Government staff, Project staff
ECC Session: Not Applicable

1000 days Chest Badges-Oromiffa

Description:

A promotional material designed for building goodwill with project partners. This is the badge to be worn by woreda and kebele officials.

Resource Type: Chest Badge
Topics/Keywords: Not Available
Beneficiary Audience: Kebele Officials, Woreda Officials
Language: Oromiffa
Type of Frontline Worker who will use this material: Government staff, Project staff
ECC Session: Not Applicable

1000 days Chest Badges-Tigringa

Description:

A promotional material designed for building goodwill with project partners. This is the badge to be worn by woreda and kebele officials.

Resource Type: Chest Badge
Topics/Keywords: Not Available
Beneficiary Audience: Kebele Officials, Woreda Officials
Language: Tigiringa
Type of Frontline Worker who will use this material: Government staff, Project staff
ECC Session: Not Applicable

How to Raise and Feed Chickens for Better Egg Production-Tigringa

Description:

Accordion-fold leaflet. Photos show step-by-step process to make improved chicken feed using recommended recipe. Includes a reminder on hand washing at critical times.

Resource Type: Reminder Leaflet
Behaviors: Use recipe for improved chicken feed and egg production; give children 6-24 months old an egg to eat every day.
Topics/Keywords: Animal source foods, Chicken raising, Farm Water, Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH)
Beneficiary Audience: Female farmers, Farming families with children 6-24 months old
Language: Tigiringa
Type of Frontline Worker who will use this material: Agriculture Extension Worker, Community Change Agent (CCA), Development Agent (DA), Frontline Worker Supervisors

How to Milk a Cow using Good Hygiene-Tigringa

Description:

Accordion-fold leaflet. Photos show step-by-step process to care for cow, milk the cow using good handwashing and hygiene practices, and give your child milk to drink. 

Resource Type: Reminder Leaflet
Behaviors: Follow recommended cow care and feeding practices including Farm hygiene and sanitation practices before and after milking cow; give child 6-24 months cow's milk to drink every day
Topics/Keywords: Animal source foods, Complementary Feeding, Cow raising, Farm Water, Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH)
Beneficiary Audience: Farmers, Farming families with children 6-24 months old
Language: Tigiringa
Type of Frontline Worker who will use this material: Agriculture Extension Worker, Community Change Agent (CCA), Development Agent (DA), Frontline Worker Supervisors
ECC Session: Session 4

How to Milk a Cow using Good Hygiene-Oromiffa

Description:

Accordion-fold leaflet. Photos show step-by-step process to care for cow, milk the cow using good handwashing and hygiene practices, and give your child milk to drink. 

Resource Type: Reminder Leaflet
Behaviors: Follow recommended cow care and feeding practices including Farm hygiene and sanitation practices before and after milking cow; give child 6-24 months cow's milk to drink every day
Topics/Keywords: Animal source foods, Complementary Feeding, Cow raising, Farm Water, Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH)
Beneficiary Audience: Farmers, Farming families with children 6-24 months old
Language: Oromiffa
Type of Frontline Worker who will use this material: Agriculture Extension Worker, Community Change Agent (CCA), Development Agent (DA), Frontline Worker Supervisors
ECC Session: Session 4

Farm WASH Poster- Tigiringa

Description:

Low-literacy poster that promotes handwashing at critical times for smallholder farming households.

Resource Type: Reminder Poster
Behaviors: Wash baby's bottom and hands after defecation and at other critical times; HW at critical times for caregiver and baby; Mat for baby to play/eat on; Keep objects out of baby's mouth; Give baby clean objects to play with; Animal-human separation;
Topics/Keywords: Farm Water, Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH), Water, hygiene and sanitation (WASH)
Beneficiary Audience: Breastfeeding women, Families of pregnant women, Husbands, Lactating women, Mothers/mothers-in-law of pregnant/breastfeeding women, Pregnant women
Language: Tigiringa
Type of Frontline Worker who will use this material: Agriculture Extension Worker, Community Change Agent (CCA), Development Agent (DA), Frontline Worker Supervisors
ECC Session: Session 5

Farm WASH Poster- Oromiffa

Description:

Low-literacy poster that promotes handwashing at critical times for smallholder farming households.

Resource Type: Reminder Poster
Behaviors: Wash baby's bottom and hands after defecation and at other critical times; HW at critical times for caregiver and baby; Mat for baby to play/eat on; Keep objects out of baby's mouth;
Topics/Keywords: Farm Water, Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH), Water, hygiene and sanitation (WASH)
Beneficiary Audience: Breastfeeding women, Families of pregnant women, Husbands, Lactating women, Mothers/mothers-in-law of pregnant/breastfeeding women, Pregnant women
Language: Oromiffa
Type of Frontline Worker who will use this material: Agriculture Extension Worker, Community Change Agent (CCA), Development Agent (DA), Frontline Worker Supervisors
ECC Session: Session 5
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