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This guide introduces a new approach to developing communication strategies at PATH. The SIM process—derived from strategy development, intervention redesign, and monitoring and evaluation—represents a first attempt to systematize three concurrent and interlinked strands of activity in the start-up phase of PATH communication-for-social-change projects. The SIM process is the result of learning from more than a decade of communication programming in the Kenya Country Program, refined and augmented through consultations with communications professionals in other PATH projects worldwide.

Author(s): Bingham A, Brawley M, Gopinath CY

Corporate author(s): PATH

Publication date: September 2009

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Designing Communication Strategies That Work

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Region: Global

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