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JSI at the 2018 Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit

April 11, 2018

Health communication for social and behavior change at JSI combines decades of public health experience with approaches that help people change behavior and improve health outcomes.

This year at the 2018 International Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Summit in Nusa Dua, Indonesia, JSI will share its learning and results in more than a dozen panels, six multimedia showcases, and two skills-building workshops. JSI staff will also moderate another five panels and showcases. JSI presentations range from using behavioral economics to reduce contraceptive discontinuation to strengthening community nutrition through video.

JSI's SPRING global nutrition project is a sponsor of this year's summit. Learn more about SPRING's behavior-centered portfolio and tools at Booth 5

Download a full list of JSI’s 28 presentations.


The summit takes place from April 16–20 and is designed to enable practitioners to better understand what works in shifting social norms, changing behaviors, and amplifying the voice of those who have most at stake in the success of development efforts.

JSI has worked to change behavior through health communication approaches for more than 30 years. Our work is flexible, tailored, and creative, motivated by our public health mission, and responsive to our clients and the communities they serve. JSI implements strategic communication approaches that help public health organizations share the latest information and strategies for overcoming the most challenging health issues.

Learn more about JSI’s health communication work.