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

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

Sharing experiences: Effective hygiene promotion in South-East Asia and the Pacific was launched on Global Handwashing Day, Friday 15 October 2010.

Project Category: Consultancy

Key Areas of Work: Public health,Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)

Project Date: Sep 28, 2010

A new publication, Sharing experiences: Effective hygiene promotion in South-East Asia and the Pacific, was launched on Global Handwashing Day, Friday 15 October 2010.

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

The book is a collaboration between WaterAid in Australia, International WaterCentre, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre and the contributing authors with financial support from AusAID, the Australian Government’s overseas aid program. 

 

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Sharing experiences


Download the book (PDF 5.8 Mb)

A joint publication:  

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Download individual chapters

Table of Contents (PDF 138 Kb) 

Synthesis (PDF 180 Kb)

A snapshot of case studies (PDF 139 Kb)

Key Lessons (PDF 180 Kb)


Download keynote papers

From Semmelweis to Global Handwashing Day: What’s the latest on hygiene promotion? 

  • Dr Valerie Curtis, The Hygiene Centre, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (PDF 426 Kb)

Coming into its own: Hygiene promotion for development

  • Dr Christine Sijbesma, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre (PDF 483 Kb)


Download community-based approaches

1. Volunteering for water, sanitation and hygiene behaviour improvements

  • Heather Moran, BESIK (Bee Saneamentu no Ijene iha Komunidade) (PDF 381 Kb)

2. Stories from rural hygiene promoters in Vanuatu: PHAST, tippy taps and working with men and women

  • Gabrielle Halcrow and Joanne Crawford, International Women’s Development Agency; Jocelyn Loughman, World Vision Vanuatu (PDF 643 Kb)

3. Hygiene Improvement Project: Why WASH matters


  • Renuka Bery, Julia Rosenbaum, and Eleonore Seumo, Hygiene Improvement Project/Academy for Educational Development; Elizabeth Younger, Hygiene Improvement Project/The Manoff Group (PDF 913 Kb)

4. Jakarta’s impoverished kids lesson series: 10 take-home hygiene messages 

  • Mindy Weimer, Yayasan Tirta Lestari and Mita Sirait, WatSan Action (PDF 400 Kb)

5. Tugeda Uime Waka for Helti Komuniti (together we work for healthy communities)

  • Sarah Davies and Donna Webb, Australian Red Cross (PDF 336 Kb)

6. Real involvement, real participation 

  • Miriam Layton and Steve Layton, ATprojects (PDF 348 Kb)


Download campaign approaches

7. Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing with Soap in Indonesia

  • Ida Rafiqah and Isabel Blackett, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), World Bank (PDF 373 Kb)

8. The development of an entertainment education program to promote handwashing with soap among primary school children in Vietnam

  • Nga Kim Nguyen, The Vietnam Handwashing Initiative, Water and Sanitation Program (WSP), World Bank (PDF 463 Kb)

9. Global Handwashing Day and beyond

  • Ann Thomas, UNICEF (PDF 750 Kb)


 


Download school focus

10. A strong foundation: Revising Cambodia’s National School Health Curriculum to prevent and control intestinal worms

  • Leng Wannak and Aminuzzaman Talukder, Helen Keller International – Cambodia; Pen Saroeun, Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (School Health Department); Kim Koporc, Children Without Worms (PDF 550 Kb)

11. Student-led hygiene promotion and empowerment in rural schools in the Western Pacific (a photo story)

  • Christian Nielsen, Live and Learn Environmental Education (PDF 627 Kb)









 

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