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Reaching Nomadic Populations with Social and Behavior Change: Overcoming barriers to child spacing in Northeast Kenya

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2022

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Save the Children US

Save the Children, with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, partnered with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Kenyan Centre for Behaviour Change Communication (CBCC) on the four-year (December 2018-April 2022) Nomadic Health Project (NHP) to increase use of quality FP services among nomadic and semi-nomadic pastoralist populations within Wajir and Mandera counties in Kenya. The project encountered many existing and ongoing challenges that necessitated adaptation in order to meet the goals of the project. This brief outlines the social and behavior change adaptations and activities that were made to the project design and implementation in order to overcome challenges and succeed in reaching the project goals.

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