Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) Workshop for Thai NGOs

From October 9 to 11, 2017, USAID Wildlife Asia conducted an SBCC workshop in Bangkok with the Thai Conservation Partnership coordinated by IUCN Thailand. This partnership consists of several local and foreign conservation NGOs based in Thailand and is supporting the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant (DNP) in implementing activities to monitor illegal online wildlife trafficking. The three-day workshop aimed to strengthen participants’ knowledge and skills to plan wildlife demand reduction campaigns using an SBCC approach. The workshop utilized participatory learning techniques.

By the end of the workshop, the participants would be able to: 

  • Understand the objectives, strategies and activities of USAID Wildlife Asia project
  • Understand the findings of the Situation Analysis of Consumer Demand for Wildlife Parts and Products in China, Vietnam and Thailand, and research gaps relevant to Thailand
  • Understand what is Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC)
  • Share experiences and lessons learned from previous environmental/wildlife communication campaigns
  • Understand the SBCC Framework that will guide new demand reduction campaigns under USAID Wildlife Asia
  • Understand and apply the basic principles and steps to planning, implementing and evaluating SBCC activities for demand reduction for ivory and tiger parts and products
  • Understand and provide feedback on the planned Ivory Mapping Campaign in Bangkok

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