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Smart hygiene solutions: examples of hygiene methods and tools and tips

The Smart Hygiene Solutions booklet is written for those who seek to help break the cycle of disease transmission by improving the hygiene conditions of communities and households in developing countries. This booklet aims to assist them in developing smart hygiene promotion interventions by offering an overview of different approaches and tools that intend to improve hygiene behaviours and environmental conditions. It is not written to serve as a manual, but aims to provide the reader with useful links for further reading. The first part of the booklet provides an introduction on the importance of hygiene and the concept of hygiene promotion. The next part describes several hygiene promotion methods, and highlights cases in which these methods have been used. The final section of the booklet describes some smart tools and tips that facilitate good hygiene behaviour.

TitleSmart hygiene solutions: examples of hygiene methods and tools and tips
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsRoose, S., Spijksma, E., Daalen, T. van, Singeling, M.
Pagination56 p. : boxes, 8 fig., photogr.
Date Published2010-01-01
PublisherKIT Publishers
Place PublishedAmsterdam, The Netherlands
ISSN Number9789460221279
Keywordsbehaviour, disease control, health education, hygiene, safe water supply, sdihyg
Abstract

The Smart Hygiene Solutions booklet is written for those who seek to help break the cycle of disease transmission by improving the hygiene conditions of communities and households in developing countries. This booklet aims to assist them in developing smart hygiene promotion interventions by offering an overview of different approaches and tools that intend to improve hygiene behaviours and environmental conditions. It is not written to serve as a manual, but aims to provide the reader with useful links for further reading. The first part of the booklet provides an introduction on the importance of hygiene and the concept of hygiene promotion. The next part describes several hygiene promotion methods, and highlights cases in which these methods have been used. The final section of the booklet describes some smart tools and tips that facilitate good hygiene behaviour.

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