Apart from reviewing the CARE monitoring system, and providing recommendations on how to improve it, the report looks into other activities related to CARE in Guatemala. These include: a.
|Follow-on assessment of a behavior-based monitoring system for the health education component of the rural water and health project : CARE-Guatemala
|Year of Publication
|Esrey, SA, L. Brown, DP, Hurtado, E
|WASH reprint: field report
|vii, 82 p.
|Environmental Health Project (EHP)
|Arlington, VA, USA
|behaviour, design, guatemala western highlands, health education, hyedmon, latrines, methodology, monitoring, motivation, research, rural supply systems, use of facilities
Apart from reviewing the CARE monitoring system, and providing recommendations on how to improve it, the report looks into other activities related to CARE in Guatemala. These include: a. determining which monitoring activities had been properly implemented and indicating those which required improvement; b. the use the Quality Function Deployment (QFD) methodology in the production of an acceptable latrine; c. examining project sustainability to ensure continued benefits after the formal completion of the project; d. looking into the issue of training monitoring personnel in qualitative research techniques. The report also describes a workshop on latrine use and design. Among the recommendations made, is the suggestion that USAID use a monitoring system in its planned new Highlands Water and Sanitation Project.