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Conclusion

Following the success of the positive deviant approach in the Undernutrition Project, it is quickly popularised and adapted to many different fields. This approach is understood through action and most …

Undernutrition Project in Vietnam

Continue on the previous step, Dr. Jimba is explaining the American NGO team with the undernutrition project. He first compares with the common and uncommon practices. As you can see …

Positive Deviance Approach

Dr. Jimba will introduce positive deviance approach for the vulnerable population. The positive deviance approach is an asset-based, problem-solving, and community-driven approach that enables the community to discover these successful …

Participation of Women in the Nepal Project

Dr. Jimba expands on the participation of women and its effects. The project began with literacy education for women. Over time, this developed beyond study groups. The Kitchen Garden Training …

Local Assets in the Nepal Project

The next example is a case in Nepal, Children, and Women. Dr. Jimba will introduce the background situation and present local photos of this project. He first shares his experience …

Project SWAN

Dr. Jimba will explain Project SWAN, Safe Water, and Nutrition Project in Vietnam. He will introduce this intervention method, progress, and results. As this case study was explained in detail …

2 models of Vulnerable Population Approach

Dr. Jimba introduces the 2 models of vulnerable population approach: Deficits and Assets. The assets model makes use of resources within the target audience itself. Dr Jimba dives deeper to …

Targeting Vulnerable Populations

Continue from the previous step, Dr. Jimba gives more detailed insights on the vulnerable populations. Instead of the more generalized population approach, intersectoral approaches and participatory actions would benefit them …

Introducing the Population Approach

In this video, we learn about the population approach. Using CASH as an example, Dr Jimba explains how population approach was used to reduce national salt intake in the UK. …

Distractions to Health Promotion Efforts

Dr Jimba introduces the 3 distractions we face while implementing HP. He explains how seemingly positive characteristics, like innovation and resilience, can actually hinder HP. Continuing from the previous step, …

Partnership in Social Marketing

Social marketing is defined as “the use of commercial marketing techniques to help a target population acquire a beneficial health behavior.” It is popular for influencing behavior in both the …

Process of Partnership Building – part 2

Continuing on explaining the progress of the partnership, Dr. Jimba will explain Stage 3 – Operation and Strengthening. We will see slides about the SWAN project in Vietnam again. There …

Public-Private Partnership

Dr. Jimba will introduce a Public-Private Partnership with three cases. First, he will give the introduction. Then he will explain an example that many cities in Taiwan promoted healthy cities …