The C-Change (Communication for Change) program -- a project by AED and USAID focused on improving the effectiveness and sustainability of behavior change and social change communication as an essential component of development efforts in health as well as the environment and civil society -- has recently released an e-newsletter called C-Channel that will allow BCC programmers from all over the world access recent, communication-relevant peer reviewed literature. With the goal of raising awareness of research findings and encouraging evidence-based programming, the e-newsletter will include abstracts and articles free of charge to subscribers. Articles will cover HIV, family planning, reproductive health, malaria, and other key areas.
The first issue of the newsletter - C-ChannelCurrent.pdf - explains the process in more detail and provides subscription information. It seems that this will prove to be a great new resource and an excellent knowledge management tool. Subscribe today!