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Hygiene promotion in Bhutan : does it work and at what cost?

The Hygiene Cost Effectiveness Study aims to analyse and compare the cost and outcomes of hygiene promotion interventions.  The study is part of SNV Bhutan’s Sustainable Sanitation & Hygiene for All Programme.

The study is based on IRC’s WASHCost methodology, designed to help determine the costs and efficacy of WASH-related hygiene promotion interventions.

Data shown here is collected at two levels: baseline data collection from households and data collection from implementers.

The hygiene cost-effectiveness study includes:

  • Capturing behaviour change using the effectiveness ladder;
  • Capturing costs of hygiene interventions;
  • Comparing costs against behaviour.

This poster was presented at the WASH Futures Conference in Brisbane, Australia from 16 – 20 May 2016.

TitleHygiene promotion in Bhutan : does it work and at what cost?
Publication TypePresentation
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsDem, T., Krukkert, I.J., Halcrow, G.
Pagination1
Date Published05/2016
PublisherIRC and SNV
Place PublishedThe Hague, the Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Abstract

The Hygiene Cost Effectiveness Study aims to analyse and compare the cost and outcomes of hygiene promotion interventions.  The study is part of SNV Bhutan’s Sustainable Sanitation & Hygiene for All Programme.

The study is based on IRC’s WASHCost methodology, designed to help determine the costs and efficacy of WASH-related hygiene promotion interventions.

Data shown here is collected at two levels: baseline data collection from households and data collection from implementers.

The hygiene cost-effectiveness study includes:

  • Capturing behaviour change using the effectiveness ladder;
  • Capturing costs of hygiene interventions;
  • Comparing costs against behaviour.

This poster was presented at the WASH Futures Conference in Brisbane, Australia from 16 – 20 May 2016.

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