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2010
J. Devine, Beyond tippy-taps : the role of enabling products in scaling up and sustaining handwashing, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 304-314 : 1 box, 1 fig., photogr., 2010.
J. Devine, Beyond tippy-taps : the role of enabling products role in scaling up and sustaining handwashing, South Asia Sanitation and Hygiene practitioners' workshop papers. Water and Sanitation Program, WSP, Washington, DC, USA, p. 9 p. : 3 fig., 2 photogr., 2010.
N. K. Nguyen, Designing evidence-based communications programmes to promote handwashing with soap in Vietnam, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 291-303 : 2 fig., 2010.
N. K. Nguyen and Workshop, S. Asia Hygie, Designing evidence-based communications programs to promote handwashing with soap in Vietnam, in South Asia Sanitation and Hygiene practitioners' workshop papers, 2010, p. 10 p.; ill.; boxes.
N. K. Nguyen, The development of an entertainment education program to promote handwashing with soap among primary school children in Vietnam, in Sharing experiences: effective hygiene promotion in South-East Asia and the Pacific, 2010, pp. P. 55-58 : fig., map, photogr.
A. Thomas, Global handwashing day and beyond : international campaign approach, in Sharing experiences: effective hygiene promotion in South-East Asia and the Pacific, 2010, pp. P. 59-64; 4 boxes; 5 photographs; 1 map.
R. Yuwono, Marifa, I., Wardhani, L., and Ninghadiyati, U., Marching together with a citywide sanitation strategy. Technical Team for Sanitation Development, S.l., p. 52 p.; ill.; infographics; photographs; drawings, 2010.
2009
Water and Sanitation Program - Africa Region -Nairobi, KE, (WSP-AF), Are your hands clean enough? study findings on handwashing with soap behaviour in Kenya. Water and Sanitation Program - African Region, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 64 p. : 7 boxes, 2 fig., 28 tab., 2009.
World Bank Water Sector Board -Washington, DC, US, Handwashing programs for better hygiene, vol. no. 35. World Bank, Washington, DC, USA, p. 4 p. : 2 fig., 1 tab., 2009.
S. S. Saaka and Shafritz, L., How behaviour change approaches helped improve hygiene and sanitation practices in Northern Ghana : paper prepared for the West Africa Regional Sanitation and Hygiene Symposium, 10-12 Nov 2009, Accra, Ghana : a photo essay, presented at the 2009-11-10, S.l., 2009, p. 5p.; 12 photographs.
V. A. Curtis, Danquah, L. O., and Aunger, R. V., Planned, motivated and habitual hygiene behaviour: an eleven country review, Health education research, pp. p. 655–673 : 1 fig., 8 tab., 2009.
L. Schneider, Monse, B., and Obermann, K., The politics of soap, Development and cooperation (D+C), pp. p. 258-259 : 2 photogr., 2009.
S. Bloomfield and Nath, K. J., Use of ash and mud for handwashing in low income communities. International Scientific Forum on Home Hygiene, IFH, Geneva, Switzerland, p. 40 p.; 128 refs.; 11 tab.; 1 fig., 2009.
2008
Y. Coombes and Devine, J., Introducing FOAM : a framework to analyze handwashing behaviors to design effective handwashing programs : global scaling up handwashing project. Water and Sanitation Program, WSP, Washington, DC, USA, p. 22 p. : 9 boxes, photographs, 4 tab., 2008.
2004
Environmental Health Project -Arlington, VA, US, EHP and Lima, P. E. P. R. I. S. M. A. -, Behavioral study of handwashing with soap in peri-urban and rural areas of Peru, vol. no. 11E. Environmental Health Project (EHP), Arlington, VA, USA, p. xi, 147 p. : fig., tab., 2004.

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