Sharing experiences: effective hygiene promotion in South-East Asia and the Pacific

This new book aims to boost hygiene promotion efforts. It contains 11 case studies from different countries and two keynote papers from international experts, all written to help people to design programs for the effective promotion of good hygiene practices.

Each of the case studies examines hygiene promotion from its own perspective, ranging from large national campaigns to remote island communities. The majority of case studies describe experiences in the Pacific and South-East Asia, while a few highlight different approaches and issues from other regions.

The case studies are grouped according to the three main approaches to hygiene promotion: community-based approaches, campaign approaches and a school focus.

Key learnings from the 11 case studies are presented using the FOAMS model for behaviour change:
F: Focus practices and focus groups;
O: Opportunities to practice the behaviour
A: Ability to practice
M: Motivation to practice
S: Sustained behaviour change

Listen below to the key lessons from the book

Full reference:

Parry, J. Kathy Shordt, K., Cousineau, D. and Wicken, J. (eds) (2010). Sharing experiences : effective hygiene promotion in South-East Asia and the Pacific. Mitcham, Vic,. Australia, Water Aid Austrakia ; Brisbane, Qld, Australia, International WaterCentre (IWC) ; The Hague, The Netherlands, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre. 74 p. : boxes, fig. photogr., tab. ISBN 978-1-921499-03-6. Download document in full and by chapter.

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One response to “Sharing experiences: effective hygiene promotion in South-East Asia and the Pacific

  1. I would like to request the EXPERTS IN Water, Environment and Sanitation to provide me the fact and data of scope to work in this field.

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