- Behavior Change in WASH Programs, June 27, 2013. (Video)
One in a series of “Strate-Chats” that USAID is hosting to coincide with the launch of its new Water and Development Strategy, this event focuses on behavior change methodologies and case studies. Presenters include Chris Holmes and Merri Weinger of USAID, Ron Cleemer of World Vision, and Orlando Hernandez from WASHplus.
- Breaking the Cycle: Small Doable Actions in WASH to Improve Child Health, 2013. J Rosenbaum, WASHplus. (Video)
WASHplus’s Julia Rosenbaum discusses the power of small doable actions as a behavior change approach when it is applied to water supply, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) programs.
- Behavior Change. The World Bank Water and Sanitation Program, 2013. (Toolkit)
This behavior change module introduces the theory of change and key components of the approach WSP used in the Global Scaling Up Handwashing project. The module includes four presentations: behavior change overview, FOAM Framework, enabling products, and monitoring.
- Choose Soap. SHARE Project. (Toolkit)
The SHARE resource was created to promote hand washing with soap in households in low income settings and draws on ideas and best practices from different fields, including hygiene and health promotion, behavioral sciences, and marketing. This kit is designed to be used to promote hand washing with soap: at key times; within a realistic budget and time frame; and for an organization working at village level across multiple villages. Continue reading