|Title||Sustainability of hygiene behaviour and the effectiveness of change interventions. Booklet 2. Findings of a multi-country research study and implications for water and sanitation programmes|
|Year of Publication||2004|
|Authors||Shordt, K, Cairncross, S|
|Place Published||Delft, The Netherlands|
|Keywords||behaviour, cost benefit analysis, extension, health education, hygiene, monitoring, policies, programmes, research, sdihyg, sustainability|
From 2000-2003 six research teams from six different countries in Asia and Africa undertook a research study into the effectiveness of hygiene promotion interventions and the sustainability of changes in hygiene behaviour. The experiences and findings gained through this research study were worth sharing. Not only because they gave insight in these areas, but also in do’s and dont’s when undertaking a longitudinal behavioural study. The experiences and findings have therefore been brought together and made accessible to people interested in hygiene promotion and behavioural research.
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