United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
COMMUNITY BEHAVIOUR CHANGE
Programme Data Last Updated: 03/08/2022
IATI Identifier: XM-DAC-41122-Malawi-2690/A0/06/023/001
Output 3.1: Communities are enabled to practice positive social behaviors in the best interest of the child and to demand the delivery of quality and resilient, child-friendly services., which contributes to Cross Sectoral - Gender Discriminatory Roles And Practices, Cross-Sectoral - Social And Behaviour Change, Health And Development In Early Childhood And Adolescence, Immunization Services As Part Of Primary Health Care, Learning, Skills, Participation And Engagement, Mental Health And Psychosocial Well-Being, Nutrition Of Adolescents And Women, Prevention Of Harmful Practice, Promotion Of Care, Mental Health And Psychosocial Well-Being And Justice, Protection From Violence, Exploitation, Abuse And Neglect. UNICEF aims to achieve this through Advocacy And Public Engagement, Community Engagement, Social And Behaviour Change, Developing And Leveraging Resources And Partnerships, Evaluations, Research And Data, Fostering Innovation And Use Of New Technologies, Operational Support To Programme Delivery, Systems Strengthening And Institution Building, United Nations Working Together. This contributes to the following Country Programme result: Girls and boys grow up in resilient, inclusive and child friendly communities, that are supported by enabling environment and systems that provide an equitable chance in life.
- CENTRE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH UNIVERSITY OF MALAWI
- COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
- DOWA DISTRICT COUNCIL
- LILONGWE DISTRICT COUNCIL
- MACHINGA DISTRICT COUNCIL
- MANGOCHI DISTRICT COUNCIL
- MINISTRY OF GENDER CHILDREN AND SOCIAL WELFARE
- MINISTRY OF INFORMATION
- MINISTRY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
- MMBELWA DISTRICT COUNCIL
- MZUZU CITY COUNCIL
- NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL OF MALAWI
- NKHATA BAY DISTRICT COUNCIL
- NSANJE DISTRICT COUNCIL
- NTCHISI DISTRICT COUNCIL
- WORLD VISION INTERNATIONAL
Disclaimer: Country borders do not necessarily reflect the UK Government's official position.
Sector groups as a percentage of total Programme budget according to the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) classifications.
A comparison across financial years of forecast budget and spend to date on the Programme.
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Programme data last updated on 03/08/2022