Better Health Programme South Africa December 2020 Pages 51
Annually in October the NDoH engages in National Nutrition and Obesity Week (NNOW). This campaign was
implemented between 9-19 October 2020 and it is the first year in which this campaign was
The evaluation focused on the campaign context and processes in relation to SBCC. (This is not an outcome or impact evaluation).
The report deals with NNOW strengths and weaknesses and list recommendations.
To download the report click here BHPSA Evaluation of the National Nutrition and Obesity Week Implementation
A 5-page summary report of social and behaviour change communications (SBCC) for NCDs in South Africa.
Date February 2021. Commissioned by the Better Health Project South Africa (BHPSA)
This report summarises two studies that were requested by the South African NDoH to strengthen its approach to social and behaviour change communication (SBCC) for the prevention of NCDs.
- Section A discusses an evidence-based and systematic approach to SBCC and provides the ideal components of a framework for an SBCC strategy. It also provides evidence that could be used to design an SBCC strategy for
NCDs in South Africa; and
- Section B uses the quality assurance tool in the above framework to analyse the strengths and weaknesses of one national campaign: National Nutrition and Obesity Week (NNOW, October 2020)
A 3-page summary repart of lessons learnt global multistakeholder and multisectoral approaches. The report draws on lessons from other countries to support the implementation of the draft South African NCDs NSP (May 2020). It is will a paradigm shift to make implementation.
A 3 page summary deals with policy coherence as it relates to the draft South African NCDs NSP (May 2020). It shows the extent to which the NSP lines up with 7 individual NCD policies (standalone) and 15 more general policies (overlapping). Its main contribution is that aids understanding to where the draft NCDs NSP to lines up with existing policy or not. It make important recommendations.