Institutions are crucial to sustaining behavioural change throughout the entire sanitation value chain: from toilet access to emptying and transport, treatment and disposal or reuse.
|Title||Extending the playing field : the significance of institutions in instituting sanitation change|
|Year of Publication||2018|
|Place Published||Delft, the Netherlands|
Dr Lina Taing stresses that institutions are crucial to sustaining behavioural change throughout the entire sanitation value chain: from toilet access to emptying and transport, treatment and disposal or reuse. Institutions do this by supporting programming, research and different behaviour change strategies. The Behaviour Change Wheel (BCW) can be used a guide to design interventions. A presentation for the IRC / IHE Delft WASH Debate "Building institutional capacity for behaviour change and sanitation programming", held on 11 September 2018 in The Hague, the Netherlands. The presentation itself can be viewed on the Twitter livestream of the WASH Debate.