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ABC - ASSISTING BEHAVIOUR CHANGE / PART I THEORIES AND MODELS

ACF-INTERNATIONAL
MANUAL
ABC - ASSISTING BEHAVIOUR CHANGE
THEORIES AND MODELS
To better understand behaviour change and the process of change
PART 1


ABC - ASSISTING BEHAVIOUR CHANGE / PART I THEORIES AND MODELS

ABC - ASSISTING BEHAVIOUR CHANGE / PART I THEORIES AND MODELS
ABC
ASSISTING BEHAVIOUR CHANGE
Designing and implementing programmes in ACF
using an ABC approach
PART 1
THEORIES AND MODELS
To better understand behaviour change and the process of change
December 2013
Scientific and Technical Department
Action contre la Faim-France

ABC - ASSISTING BEHAVIOUR CHANGE / PART I THEORIES AND MODELS
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Authors: Luca Pezzullo, Francesca Corna, Cécile Bizouerne, Alexandra David.
Design Graphic Cline Beuvin
Cover photography © S. Hauenstein Swan - ACF UK - Tchad
Printed in december 2013 Recycled paper Cyclus print
First published December 2013
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ABC - ASSISTING BEHAVIOUR CHANGE / PART I THEORIES AND MODELS
ACkNOwLEDGEMENTS
Thanks:
To Helène Deret, Ioana Kornett, Maureen Gallagher, Sophie Aubrespin, Elisabetta Dozio, Sandra Bernhardt, John Adams, Julien Eyrard, Martha Falk for their attentive review and precious suggestions.
To Suzanne Ferron for her final and accurate review.
To Armelle Sacher for her brilliant drawings.
Contact details:
Cécile Bizouerne, MHCP senior advisor:
cbizouerne@actioncontrelafaim.org

Francesca Corna, MHCP advisor:

fcorna@actioncontrelafaim.org


ABC - ASSISTING BEHAVIOUR CHANGE / PART I THEORIES AND MODELS
ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONyMS
ABC
Assisting Behaviour Change
ACF
Action contre la Faim
BC
Behaviour Change
BCC
Behaviour Change Communication
CSC
Communication for Social Change
CLTS
Community Led – Total Sanitation
FSL
Food Security and Livelihood
HBM
Health Belief Model
HoD
Head of Department
HQ
Headquarters kAP
Knowledge-Attitudes-Practice
LoC
Locus of Control
MHCP
Mental Health and Care Practices
PCP
Personal Construct Psychology
PD
Positive Deviance

PLA



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