Food for the Hungry Logo Barrier Analysis: A Tool for Improving Behavior Change Communication in Child Survival and Community Development Programs
 
Background Information
 
What is Barrier Analysis
1.
Behavior change theory
2.
Seeing the need
3.
Fisherman story
4.
Determinants
5.
Seven steps
6.
Examples
7.
The "Exercise" exercise
 
How to Conduct Barrier Analysis
 

Masai villagers shaking hands


  Four Important Factors Quiz
  1. Whether or not a person has adequate knowledge about a behavior is almost always the most important thing determining whether or not a person will do the behavior.

    True False

  2. "Whether or not a person has adequate desire about a behavior is usually the most important thing determining whether or not a person will do the behavior.

    True False

  3. "Increasing people's fear of a disease sometimes decreases their adoption of behaviors to detect or prevent the disease.

    True False

  4. "It is often useful to promote the non-health reasons for health behaviors during health promotion.

    True False

  Behavior Change Theory
  Change Theories
Four Factors
Four Factors Quiz
  Doer/Non-Doer Analysis
  BEHAVE Framework

 

 

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