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An assessment of demand creation of sanitation products and services

This learning note documents an action research study of the effectiveness of sanitation demand creation activities by Health Extension Workers and Sales Agents under the Transform WASH project, and provides lessons learned and recommendations.

TitleAn assessment of demand creation of sanitation products and services
Publication TypeBriefing Note
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsOsterwalder, L.
Secondary TitleUSAID Transform WASH learning note
Pagination13 pgs, 1 fig.
Date Published09/2019
PublisherIRC
Place PublishedAddis Ababa, Ethiopia
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

This learning note documents an action research study of the effectiveness of sanitation demand creation activities by Health Extension Workers and Sales Agents under the Transform WASH project, and provides lessons learned and recommendations.

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This is an ongoing series of blogs and publications by IRC under the USAID Transform WASH project. Please click here for all IRC’s work on this project.

USAID TRANSFORM WASH sets out to improve water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) outcomes in Ethiopia by increasing access to and sustained use of a wide spectrum of affordable WASH products and services, with a focus on sanitation. It does so by transforming the market for low-cost, high quality WASH products and services: stimulating demand at community level, strengthening supply chains, and building the enabling environment for a vibrant private market.

USAID TRANSFORM WASH is a USAID-funded project implemented by PSI in collaboration with SNV, Plan International, and IRC. The consortium is working closely with government agencies including the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Electricity, the National WASH Coordination Office and regional governments.

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