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Global scaling up handwashing project progress report : Peru, Senegal, Tanzania, and Vietnam : July 1–December 31, 2009

This reporting period marks the beginning of the final year of implementation of the Global Scaling Up Handwashing with Soap (HWWS) project. It represents a critical phase, a time for the teams not only to continue intensifying behaviour change interventions, but also to establish HWWS promotion as a central component in national and local efforts to improve children’s health and nutrition in Peru, Senegal, Tanzania, and Viet Nam. At present, the project is on target to achieve the intended scale of HWWS promotion and with the project’s support, clients are more committed and are taking concrete and momentous actions to finance, plan, implement, and monitor HWWS programmes at national and local levels. [authors abstract]

TitleGlobal scaling up handwashing project progress report : Peru, Senegal, Tanzania, and Vietnam : July 1–December 31, 2009
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsPerez, E., Hnin Pyne, H., Amelink, C., Paynter, N., Briceno, B., Cardosi, J., Coombes, Y., Florez de Cilloniz, R., Devine, J., Frischmuth, C., Grossman, A., Kullmann, C., Nguyen, N.K., Koita, S., Badru, A., Orsola-Vidal, A.
Pagination24 p. : 1 box; 4 fig.; 5 tab.
Date Published2010-01-01
PublisherWater and Sanitation Program, WSP
Place PublishedWashington, DC, USA
Keywordsbehaviour, evaluation, hand washing, peru, projects, sdiafr, sdiasi, sdihyg, sdilac, senegal, tanzania, viet nam
Abstract

This reporting period marks the beginning of the final year of implementation of the Global Scaling Up Handwashing with Soap (HWWS) project. It represents a critical phase, a time for the teams not only to continue intensifying behaviour change interventions, but also to establish HWWS promotion as a central component in national and local efforts to improve children’s health and nutrition in Peru, Senegal, Tanzania, and Viet Nam. At present, the project is on target to achieve the intended scale of HWWS promotion and with the project’s support, clients are more committed and are taking concrete and momentous actions to finance, plan, implement, and monitor HWWS programmes at national and local levels. [authors abstract]

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