This video, developed by the Alive & Thrive Ethiopia project team, introduces viewers to an example exercise for program developers to identify the priority behaviors -- or small doable actions -- to promote in their target populations. The topic used for the exercise was child dietary intake and dietary diversity. The exercise shows how to use data to identify priority behaviors based on impact and feasibility.
Topic(s): Complementary feeding
Audience: Health and service providers, Program designers and implementers
Programs: Community mobilization, Interpersonal communication, Social and behavior change
Choosing the Small Doable Action: Introduction