Join PSI AT THE

INTERNATIONAL SBCC Summit

5-9 DECEMBER 2022

What does #PeoplePowered social and behavior change (SBC) look like?

Through our locally rooted, globally connected network, PSI applies behavioral solutions at all levels of the health system across public and private sectors; increases access to self-care; improves provider performance and quality; and contributes to health equity by addressing power dynamics and expanding voice, choice and agency of people who are typically underserved.  

Join PSI across more than 20 sessions, presentations, and posters that demonstrate our commitment to delivering #peoplepowered SBC at all levels of the health system. 

Below, you’ll find a full schedule of PSI’s activities at the conference. And don’t forget to check back regularly, as materials will be uploaded throughout the conference.

And if you’re at the Summit, stop by the PSI Booth #18 in the Salle Royale to learn more about #peoplepowered SBC and to share your own experiences in SBC across the ecosystem.

To request a copy of the presentations or posters below, please email [email protected]

PROGRAM

YOUTH-CENTERED AND DIGITALLY DRIVEN CHATBOT: CO-CREATING AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SOLUTION FOR AND WITH YOUTH
Monday 5 December | 2 pm – 3:15 pm GMT+1 @ Auditorium des Ministres
Multimedia Showcase
PSI Presence – Lorena Ivette Villeda Linares and Andrea Novella

LEVERAGING PRIVATE SECTOR MARKETING APPROACHES TO FACILITATE UPTAKE OF PUBLIC HEALTH INTERVENTIONS 
Tuesday 6 December | 7 am – 9 am GMT+1 @ Karam 5
Auxiliary Event
PSI Presence: Shawn Malone

LISTENING TO WOMEN TO EXPLORE THE MEASUREMENT OF POWER IN THE CONTEXT OF SELF-INJECT
Wednesday 7 December | 4:15 pm – 5:45 pm GMT+1 @ Auditorium des Ambassadeurs 
Preformed Panel – Power in the Context of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Self-Care: Women’s Perspectives, Shifting Understandings, and Implications for Social and Behavior Change Practice 
PSI Presence – Doreen Nakimuli and Andrea Ferrand

GETTING BEHIND THE MASK: TRADITIONAL GENDER NORMS AND STEREOTYPES AS A BARRIER TO HIV TESTING AND TREATMENT AMONG YOUNG MEN IN SOUTH AFRICA
Tuesday 6 December | 4:45 pm – 6:15 pm GMT+1 @ Reda 1
Preformed Panel – From PrEP to “Test and Treat”: SBCC to Improve HIV Outcomes  

STRATEGIES FOR EVALUATING HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN (HCD): METHODS, CROSS-DISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION AND DATA USE
Wednesday 7 December | 4:15 pm – 6:15 pm GMT+1 @ Bahia (Mogador)
Workshop
PSI Presence: Rachel Mutuku

THE V WORD. HOW SHIFTING THE NARRATIVE AROUND WOMEN’S SEXUAL PLEASURE WILL CATAPULT US TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Thursday 8 December | 4:15 pm – 4:45 pm GMT+1 @ Karam 3
Comm Talk
PSI Presence – Andrea Novella

MEETING PEOPLE WHERE THEY ARE: USING BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE TO IMPROVE REFERRAL PATHWAYS 
Friday 9 December | 7 am – 9 am GMT+1 @ Karam 1
Auxiliary Event
PSI Presence: Shawn Malone

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6TH 

EXPANSION DES POUVOIRS DES FEMMES EN MATIÈRE DE CONTRACEPTION ENTRE LES SEXES : EXPÉRIENCE PILOTE D’INTRODUCTION DU DIAPHRAGME CAYA AU BÉNIN 
4:50 pm – 6:15 pm GMT+1 @ Karam 3 
Oral Presentation Session – Breaking Barriers: Reproductive & Sexual Health
PSI Presence – Cyprien Zinsou  

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7TH 

THE ROLE OF HUSBANDS IN BREAKING NEGATIVE NORMS SURROUNDING CONTRACEPTIVE USE FOR MARRIED ADOLESCENTS IN RURAL ETHIOPIA 
4:45 pm – 6:15 pm GMT+1 @ Karam 2  
PSI Presence – Yonas Zula 

COMMUNITY-BASED, PEER-DRIVEN HIV SELF- TESTING AMONG MEN IN SOUTH AFRICA: LESSONS FROM COACH MPILO 
4:45 pm – 6:15 pm GMT+1 @ Karam 2 
PSI Presence – Shawn Malone 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8TH 

USE OF RAPID QUALITATIVE RESEARCH TO GAIN BEHAVIORAL INSIGHTS ON NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES (NCDS) IN CAMBODIA 
9:15am – 10:30 am GMT+1 @ Reda 1 
PSI Presence – Socheata Kong (17triggers) 

 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9TH 

USING PEERS TO IMPROVE ACCESS TO SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICES AMONG ADOLESCENTS IN MALAWI 
9:15 am – 10:30 am GMT+1 @ Reda 2
PSI Presence – Kudakwashe Murombedzi and Flora Makwakwa 

ÚSALA BIEN: SALUD DIGITAL PARA JÓVENES AL ALCANCE DE UN CLIC  
9:15 am – 10:45 am GMT+1 @ Karam 2 
PSI Presence – Lorena Ivette Villeda Linares

Profiling male perpetrators of intimate partner violence during the COVID-19 pandemic using human centered design approach in Zimbabwe 
Monday 5 December | 3:15 pm – 4:00 pm GMT+1 @ Poster Space 
PSI Presence – Kumbirai Chatora  (Population Solutions For Health) 

Le compagnon numérique de la plateforme sociale « Entre Nous » (chatbot assistante de Gabi) 
Tuesday 6 December | 10:30 am – 11:15 am GMT+1 @ Poster Space 
PSI Presence – Jean-Sébastien Kouame 

The messenger is the message: The Coach Mpilo model as a true peer approach to addressing men’s barriers to HIV testing and treatment in South Africa 
Tuesday 6 December | 3:30 pm – 4:15 pm GMT+1 @ Poster Space 
PSI Presence – Shawn Malone 

Utilisation de Facebook comme un outil de communication pour la sensibilisation dans la lutte contre le COVID-19 et la vaccination. 
Tuesday 6 December | 3:30 pm – 4:15 pm GMT+1 @ Poster Space 
PSI Presence – Nathalie Randriamanga   

Leveraging digital tools to decrease contraceptive misconceptions and increase use among youth in Cambodia 
Tuesday 6 December @3:30 pm – 4:15 pm GMT+1 @ Poster Space 
PSI Presence – Socheata Kong (17Triggers) 

Capacity strengthening in social inclusion positively influences health care workers’ attitudes and behaviour towards service delivery to persons with disabilities 
Wednesday 7 December | 10:45 am – 11:15 am GMT+1 @ Poster Space 
PSI Presence – Susan Ontiri  

Development of a low bandwidth e-learning module to reach community health workers to strengthen severe malaria quality of care  
Thursday 8 December | 10:30 am – 11:15 am GMT+1 @ Poster Space 
PSI Presence – Adam Nothem (PMI Impact Malaria) 

Opération Child to Child (C2C) : la mobilisation sociale et communautaire avec la participation des enfants pour garantir l’éducation pour tous
Thursday 8 December | 10:30 am – 11:15 am GMT+1 @ Poster Space 
PSI Presence – Adam Nothem (PMI Impact Malaria) 

Promoting approaches that enable integration and sustainability of VMMC: Early learnings in Zimbabwe 
Thursday 8 December | 10:30 am – 11:15 am GMT+1 @ Poster Space 
PSI Presence – Annita Mondo and Kumbirai Chatora (Population Solutions For Health)