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TitleAsia workshop : “Performance Monitoring and Hygiene Behaviour Change", August 22 – 24 , 2010, Vientiane, Laos
Publication TypeProgress Report
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsAsia, SNV, IRC
Pagination42 p.; 3 powerpoint presentations; tab.
Date Published2010-08-24
PublisherIRC and SNV Netherlands Development Organization
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Keywordsbehaviour, bhutan, cambodia, laos, monitoring, nepal, viet nam

This report presents the first part of the workshop in which performance monitoring of hygiene behaviour change was discussed in general and in the context of existing government monitoring systems. Government and implementing partners participated in this block of the meeting. Afterwards, the outcomes of the first part were used to develop the specific performance monitoring framework for the above mentioned SNV/IRC programme. This second part of the workshop is captured in the performance monitoring instructions which will be shared separately.
The Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for All programme has 4 components, which are: sanitation demand triggering and follow-up; strengthening sanitation supply chain development; developing behavioural change communication for hygiene and sanitation marketing and improving WASH governance and multi-stakeholder sector development. In addition to the above, there is a fifth component for analysis, dissemination, and learning in collaboration with IRC. This workshop was a part of the analysis, dissemination and learning activities and also aimed to contribute to the development of the fourth component: Improving WASH governance and multistakeholder sector development in the countries. The expectation was that participants and in particular government partners could learn from the exchange with other countries on monitoring of hygiene behaviour and from other inputs. [authors abstract]

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