|Title||Woreda resource book : community-led total behaviour change in hygiene and sanitation : the Amhara experience in line with the health extension program|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|Authors||ET, A(State). N|
|Publisher||Amhara National Regional State Health Bureau|
|Place Published||Bahir Dar, Ethiopia|
|Keywords||behaviour, curricula, ethiopia amhara region, guidelines, health education, hygiene, sanitation, sdiafr, sdicap, sdihyg|
This book outlines 12 key steps which have been identified and tested on the ground through a learning by doing experience. These steps can be customised to fit different circumstances and tailored to community settings with diverse cultures. The 12 key steps are identified as follows: Preplanning; Capacity building; Baseline data collection and analysis; "Whole System in a Room" multi-stakeholder meeting; Develop a plan and budget; Kebele (larger village) ignition and action; Gott (50-house village) ignition and action; Promoting a range of WASH technology options; WASH institutional ignition, focusing on WASH Friendly Schools; Multiplying the message through communication and media; Supportive supervision, monitoring, and reporting; and Evaluation and rewarding. With this book the Woreda WASH Team can help people change unsafe behaviour and bring about a cultural transformation in basic hygiene and sanitation. Links to more detailed resources, such as training guides, electronic budgeting forms, and suggested baseline and monitoring forms, are included.
|Custom 1||304, 203.2, 824|