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To curb the spread of COVID-19 among the world’s most vulnerable populations, SNV joined up with 20 INGOs in the Hygiene and Behaviour Change Coalition (HBCC) programme of the United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and Unilever. HBCC is a public-private sector partnership that leverages the know-how and networks of all implementing partners to promote handwashing and good hygiene messages. Together, the partnership aims to reach up to one billion people, across 38 countries, during the course of one year (August 2020 to July 2021).
Within the partnership, SNV is the main partner responsible for HBCC activities in Indonesia and Mozambique.
In collaboration with the Governments of Indonesia and Mozambique, SNV is bringing key sanitation and hygiene messages to urban populations whose,
Through the HBCC programme, SNV is tailoring COVID-19 messages for different target groups, including women, people with disabilities, school children, youth, frontline workers, and facility cleaners in public spaces (e.g., schools, health care facilities, transport hubs and markets). SNV applies a stepwise approach that is informed by the organisation’s long-term and multi-country experience in leading behavioural change communication (BCC) strategies. SNV’s BCC strategy includes,
Through HBCC, SNV is committed to reaching 1.5 million people.
“Stopping the spread of disease is critical to not overwhelming already vulnerable healthcare systems.“