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Behaviour Change Communication in Emergencies: A UNICEF Toolkit

Author: UNICEF ROSA (Regional Office for South Asia)
Year: 2006
Resource type: Field tool

A manual and toolkit for behaviour change communication in emergencies from UNICEF ROSA. Target groups include: Prgramme managers from UN, NGOs, partners and governments.

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