Published: October 7, 2022
The Hand Hygiene Acceleration Framework Tool facilitates understanding of national action towards the achievement of Universal Hand Hygiene. This follows the Hand Hygiene for All Initiative call in June 2020 for governments to lead the acceleration of progress on hand hygiene in the lead up to 2030. Designed for use […]
Published: August 18, 2022
This fact sheet explains the research and rationale behind this year’s Global Handwashing Day theme, “Unite for Universal Hand Hygiene.” Use the evidence provided to take action this Global Handwashing Day!
Published: August 3, 2022
This poster, designed for children, shows the key times for handwashing and demonstrates how to properly wash hands. This poster is available in: Arabic, Czech, Dutch, English, French, Indonesian, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Published: August 2, 2022
Updated for 2022, this social media toolkit has sample messages, templates, and graphics to help handwashing champions spread the word about Global Handwashing Day. Visit our social media page to share additional messages directly onto your social media channels!
Published: June 2, 2022
This document includes the Global Handwashing Partnership’s antitrust guidelines, outlining how the Partnership interacts with its partners.
Published: April 15, 2022
The 2021 hand hygiene research summary outlines key themes and findings from hygiene-related research papers published in 2021. Sections include health and non-health impacts of hand hygiene, hand hygiene access and supplies, determinants and interventions for hand hygiene behavior change in various settings, and the […]
TAGS: Research Hygiene in EmergenciesCoronavirusIntegrationHandwashing PromotionAdvocacy & PolicyHygiene in Health FacilitiesHygiene in the WorkplaceHygiene in SchoolsHandwashing TechnologiesBehavior Change ImplementersAcademics
Published: March 15, 2022
This brief explores WaterAid’s at-scale implementation and lessons learned from hygiene response to COVID-19. It includes key COVID-19 and behavior change principles to follow when implementing hygiene programs. The brief is available in English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish.