When family members are engaged/asked to communicate about family planning or related health topics without a health worker being present. This includes communication between wives, husbands, parents/in-laws, etc. Includes actions taken at the local or national level to improve laws and norms impacting a community’s family planning environment (e.g., community mobilization, lobbying for policy change, etc. Includes activities reaching people within common geography, interests or characteristics as well as engaging with community groups. This includes activities that gather large groups and mobilize the community to participate (e.g., concerts, contests). Use of mobile and smart phones for health information and services, including SMS technology. This also includes Internet-based applications encouraging social interaction among people where organizations or individuals create, share and exchange information and ideas among their networks. Platforms include Facebook, YouTube, etc.
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