About the RBM SBC WG

Annual Meeting

The RBM Partnership to End Malaria (RBM) Social and Behavior Change Working Group (SBC WG) aims to empower partners at the country level to develop, implement and evaluate effective social and behavior change communication activities to ensure the proper use of treatment and prevention.

The SBC WG meets annually to share experiences and best practices, take part in skills-building and develop work plans for the coming year. Join us in 2021 at the International SBCC Summit venue for the 7th Annual Meeting of the SBC WG. More information is forthcoming!

Plenary Sessions

Plenary sessions highlight priorities for the working group in the coming year, coordination and collaboration with key partners, and emerging issues in malaria social and behavior change.

Skills-building Sessions

Skills-building sessions provide participants with the opportunity to develop new SBC skills in an interactive and participatory manner. Prior to the meeting, participants will be able to register for specific sessions of their interest.

Gallery Walk

Each year, participants share their challenges, successes, and lessons learned in malaria SBC through poster presentations. Gallery walks offer participants the opportunity to learn from their colleagues and share experiences with new presenters each day.

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