health and nutrition
the adoption of healthy behaviors or the uptake of existing health and nutrition products and services often suffer from the lack of demand, which in turn may result from lack of opportunity, ability or motivation. at the same time, health outcomes may be affected by cultural factors, social norms and negative behaviors, many of which are influenced by common myths, misconceptions and other barriers to change. h2n seeks to identify the main drivers behind a behavior and implements integrated advocacy, communication and social mobilization strategies that lead to positive health outcomes by pursuing interventions that are most likely to bring results. this includes generating a deeper understanding of the health issue at hand, contextualizing the discussion around it and addressing it through participative and interactive communication activities.